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August 30, 2016
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Exit Planning and Succession VI: Developing Talent
Education and training are a key focus for many glass industry companies as they work to maintain busy schedules amid veteran retirements and an untapped younger generation. To combat unsettling succession concerns, management of Salem Distributing Co. rolled out a Leadership Development Training initiative in fall 2015 to develop specially selected employees to potentially fill key positions in the future.
 
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Industry news
Cardinal IG to Build Manufacturing Facility in Arizona
 
Wausau Window & Wall Systems Opens Production Training Lab
 
IGE Becomes Single-Source Distributor of EVA Laminating Film
 
Viracon Releases Product Guide App
 
Cherry Hill Glass Receives Architectural Glass and Metal Contractor Certification from NACC
 
ABI Up for Sixth Consecutive Month
 
 
People News
Graham Windows Adds Quality Manager and Estimator
 
Tubelite Adds Archon Fen-Tech as Independent Manufacturer's Rep Serving Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska
 
Lamatek Promotes Janine Clauss and Katie Harrison in Window & Door Department
 
 
Event news
Facade Tectonics Institute Announces Program for 2016 World Congress
 
glasstec Preview: Photovoltaics, the Future of Insulating Glass and Industry 4.0
 
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Product Spotlight
Increase Efficiency and Improve Safety with the Wood's Powr-Grip Premium MRT4 Vacuum Lifter

The Premium MRT4 vacuum lifter now comes equipped with a Premium Dual Vacuum System (DVS). This DVS features two completely independent vacuum circuits, allowing the lifter to maintain the vacuum level for one circuit even if an unexpected vacuum loss occurs in the other one. It is designed to reduce the risk of falling loads, which could result from breakage or other accidents that compromise one area of the vacuum system. New digital vacuum switches enable the vacuum pump and vacuum level warning devices to operate independently of each other, eliminating annoying alarm distraction during routine cycling of the vacuum pump. Push-button controls are positioned at the operator's fingertips for convenience, ease of operation, stability and enhanced control.

 
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Ramblings and Realities: From PE Seals to Glazing Scopes
By John Wheaton
In my last glassblog post, I presented a variety of observations about projects, trends and issues regarding glass, glazing, cladding, enclosures, façades and building envelope systems. This blog looks at topics ranging from PE seals to jobsite observations to glazing scopes from the perspective of a professional services provider.
From the Fabricator: Catching Up On Green and More
By Max Perilstein
This past week, GANA held its Fall Conference in Kansas City. As always with events like these, there's a great deal of information and education (as well as primo networking) available. Here are a few takeaways from that event.
Great Glazing
Renaissance Tower

Contract glazier: Best Craft Corp.
Glass manufacturer: PPG Industries
Glass fabricators: Tempco Glass Fabrication, J.E. Berkowitz
Glass and metal systems supplier: Gamco Corp.
Metal systems suppliersReliable Louvers, Adam's Rite

The newly completed Renaissance Tower at 136-33 37th Avenue, Flushing, New York, offers over 70,000 square feet of medical and other professional office space. The entire 10-story, 9,790-square-foot front façade and vertical strips from floors four through ten on the side façades feature a visually appealing aluminum curtain wall system fitted with low-emissivity glass. Read more...

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