November 17, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 46
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From Glass Magazine
  • Greenbuild 2009 in Phoenix
    Read news items and view photo galleries from the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo that attracted more than 1,000 exhibitors and 27,000 attendees to Phoenix Nov. 11-13.
  • Your profits: Sales
    Sales expert Paul Johnson discusses why customers want more than your best price. Read how a consultative selling approach can help you close more business.

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Green Phoenix? You bet.

I have spent a fair amount of time in Phoenix and never considered it a green, environmentally friendly city. And then I went to Greenbuild and learned quite the opposite is true. ... read more

Glass Magazine's 2010 State of the Industry Survey
In an effort to gauge the current financial health of the North American glass industry, Glass Magazine is conducting its 2010 “State of the Industry” survey. Please take a few moments to fill out the survey; results will appear in the January 2010 issue. Deadline for submissions is Nov. 23.

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Product spotlight

Cutting and machining centers

Tekna USA Corp., Crystal Lake, Ill., introduced three machine series: the TK804 series automated cutting lines; the TK446 and TK447 high-capacity, three- and four-axis machining centers; and the TK444 high-capacity, high-speed, fast-changeover four-axis machining center. ... read more


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New complex brings daylight to life sciences students, faculty 

Syracuse (N.Y.) University opened the 230,000-square-foot, $107 million Life Sciences Complex in August 2008. The bright and open atmosphere of the daylit building offers a welcome change for faculty and students who previously worked in darkened rooms, many with no windows.

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