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February 14, 2012
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2012 Forecast: Popular products and services

Value-added products, storefronts and decorative glass are among the products experiencing the most growth, executives say. Read more about which products and services industry companies report are in demand, and why.

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Business news
AGC expects glass shipments in North America to experience 'moderate recovery' in 2012
Vitro says Mexico judge ends three-year fight with debt approval
Glaston releases sales figures for 2011
KL megla hosts public sale of CHMI inventory
DuPont licenses safety glass technology to Dubai-based Alumco
Dream Glass Group launches new website
Center for Sustainable Building Research launches CommercialWindows.org
 
People news
Garret Henson named vice president of sales for Viracon
Wil VandeWiel named president of Dorma Americas
Valerie Block elected chair of GANA Laminating Division
Mid-Atlantic Glass Association names 2012 officers and board of directors
 
 
Glassblog
Cost control
By Jenni Chase
"Thank goodness for health insurance" was the first thought that crossed my mind when I saw the total bill for my daughter's recent minor surgery. My second thought: "Wow, that's still a big deductible."
From the fabricator: I want to be a ‘zero’
By Max Perilstein
At one time, being a “zero” was a bad thing. Well, that is all changing. This week, a report came out that predicted zero-energy buildings will grow at an annual rate of 43 percent. Folks, that is just exciting.
Product Spotlight
Daylight redirecting film

3M Daylight Redirecting Film brings natural light deeper into the interior of the building by changing the direction of the light as it streams through windows. The film redirects light toward the ceiling, reducing the need for artificial light during the day.

Great Glazing
Shore Memorial Surgical Pavilion
Light and technology are the focal points of the newly opened 138,000-square-foot Shore Medical Center Surgical Pavilion, located in the seaside community of Somers Point, N.J. The building's boardroom offers expansive views of the surrounding bay and shore, and visitors to the pavilion are welcomed into a first-floor open lobby framed with floor-to-ceiling windows.

 
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