January 6, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 1
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What created the biggest impact on the industry in 2008?
The economy
Soaring glass/metal prices
Plant closures and consolidations
Continued push for green technology, such as BIM


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Are you giving out end-of-year bonuses?

Yes, and they are the same size as last year

44%

Yes, but they are smaller than last year

24%

No, we usually do, but can't this year

20%

No, but we usually don't give bonuses

12%


News to know

Rounding up 2008
As we say farewell to 2008 and greet 2009, Glass Magazine editors take a look back at the events that impacted the glass industry the most last year. ... read more
Installation of the week

2005 Lotus Elise Roadster

Download a free PDF featuring glass removal and replacement instructions for the 2005 Lotus Elise Roadster.

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What's your big plan this new year?

Salute glass folks, and welcome to the new year! Looks like we've started the year on a good note. The Dow was back up above 9000 on Jan. 2, its best close in two
months. ...
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Product spotlight

Optimization and communication

Albat +Wirsam Software AG of Germany, subsidiary of Finland’s Glaston Corp., launched ShapeOpt custom shape optimization, and Panorama and AWFactory machinery communication
software. ...
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Risk tip of the week

Preventing freeze-ups
Long holiday weekends in the dead of winter can be an invitation to freeze-ups of water pipes, process equipment and buildings if you are located in a part of the country where temperatures dip below freezing. ... read more
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Glass walkway connects Seattle museum’s exhibits

The Museum of Flight, Seattle, added a $6 million pedestrian bridge connecting the main museum to its west campus that includes the Library and Archives Building and an outdoor exhibit housing a retired Air Force One, British Airways Concorde and several other aircraft.

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

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