November 11, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 45
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News to know

Auto glass industry gathers in Vegas
A look at the International Autobody Congress & Exposition, International Auto Glass Safety Conference, Walt Gorman Memorial Windshield Repair Olympics, National Windshield Repair Association Annual Conference, Auto Glass Technician Olympics and Independent Glass Association Marketing Conference. ... read more

NFRC Fall Meeting reports

The National Fenestration Rating Council, Greenbelt, Md., held its fall meeting Nov. 3-6 in Jacksonville, Fla. Read our reports...

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Business news

International news

Installation of the week

2008 Hyundai Veracruz
Download a free PDF featuring glass removal and replacement instructions for
the 2008 Hyundai Veracruz.

Hundreds more installations are available at the new


Graduating glasstec
It's been a couple of weeks since I returned from Düsseldorf, but I am still digesting the fact that I had the chance to cover the world’s largest glass show. I feel so grown-up in glass age! ... read more

Product spotlight

Hybrid glazing tape
Manufacturer of pressure-sensitive adhesive tape systems, Adchem Corp., Riverhead, N.Y., launched the HF hybrid glazing tape line. ... read more

Risk tip of the week

Can you handle an employee liability claim?
It takes only one employee complaint or lawsuit to wreak havoc on a company of any size. ... read more

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Project news

Times Square glows with glass icon

“Getting this building from the drawing board to Duffy Square needed the combined efforts of the architects, engineers, contractors and installers. ... This sort of project, where the precise location of each part installed affects the installation of the parts that follow, was a wonderful challenge. We had to design and provide unique shoring and clamping devices to maintain the partially built structure as a safe and secure place to work.” — Michael Stellato, executive project manager, David Shuldiner Inc.

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this Great glazing

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