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December 10, 2013
From Glass Magazine
Which Truck is Right for You?
For glass truck suppliers, the most popular questions from customers seem to be, “When will I get my truck?” and “How much will it cost?” But with constantly evolving truck and van designs, changing transportation rules and varying needs from one glass shop to the next, the question should be, “Which truck is right for me?”
Industry news
Tempco Glass Expands Services with New Polishing Equipment
Cristacurva to Distribute Onyx Solar Products in U.S.
Dodge Momentum Index Rises in November
NFRC to Host Commercial Fenestration Code Compliance Webinar
People news
DFI Announces Syndi Sim as Director of Marketing
Spider Promotes Steve Leon to District Sales Representative
Jeff Henderson Joins Aluminum Extruders Council Staff
Project news
Greco Awarded Railing Package in Two Residential High-rise Towers
The Power of Three
By Nicole Harris
Over the last three weeks, I've encountered three instances of memorable life-work tips, memorable because each is a simple list of three things. 
From the Fabricator: 2013 Glass and Glazing MVP!
By Max Perilstein

For the past several weeks, I have been sifting through a ton of email recommendations for the 2013 Glass and Glazing MVP. The winner needed to be both a strong company person and industry supporter.

Product Spotlight
Balancer Series from C.R. Laurence

The new Balancer Series from C.R. Laurence-U.S. Aluminum combines value and durable construction with operational benefits. Featuring advanced-engineered balanced doors, the Balancer Series offers negative interior pressure and withstands harsh outside weather and high traffic conditions.

Great Glazing
Great Glazing: Columbia College Façade Replacement

Contract glazier: Chicago Heights Glass
Glass suppliers: Guardian Industries, PPG Industries
Glass fabricator: Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope

Chicago’s Columbia College recently underwent a major façade renovation replacing the existing 1950s-era early modernist curtain wall with an energy-efficient wall system that maintained the building’s history. Read more...



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