April 26, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 17
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    U.S. demand for advanced flat glass products to increase through 2014. Prices to follow suit.

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  • First Arch, then Vitro America, now UGC. Who's next?
    By Jenni Chase
    First, Sun Capital Partners bought Arch Aluminum & Glass Co. Then, a Sun Capital affiliate purchased United Glass Corp. With a $5 billion investment fund at its disposal, the question now is: Who's next?

  • From the fabricator: Buyer beware
    By Max Perilstein
    We all get the e-mails offering us great products direct from China at lower prices than ever before. Most of us ignore these come-ons. but recently. one group of e-mails crossed the line.
Product spotlight

Interior sliding door system

Klein USA, Elizabeth, N.J., will introduce Unikself, an addition to the company's line of interior sliding door systems, at AIAExpo 2011. ... read more

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Glaziers overcome challenges to install ample glass at T.F. Green Airport 

Contract glaziers from Massey's Plate Glass & Aluminum Inc., Branford, Conn., overcame several notable challenges on the T.F. Green Airport Intermodal Project in Providence, R.I., a $267 million transportation hub that allows commuter rail service to T.F. Green Airport and Warwick, R.I.

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