January 11, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 2
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  • Betting on the future
    To ensure profitability when the market rebounds, fabricators are taking advantage of slow conditions to reevaluate their business plans and product mix, according to a recent Glass Magazine survey. Photo by General Glass International.

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  • Skylight safety making news
    By Sahely Mukerji
    As I was compiling industry news this morning, I noticed at least four articles on falls through skylights. Skylights in this country go through rigorous testing, so why so many accidents?

  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    Happy New Year to one and all. Now, will it really be a "happy" new year for our industry?
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