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May 30, 2017
From Glass Magazine
The Right Way to Dismiss Problem Clients
During the recession that began in late 2007, most companies took any and every client just to get sales. It was a matter of survival. Unfortunately, this approach left many glass companies with some problem clients.
Time is Running Out for...

Industry news
PPG to Sell Fiberglass Unit to Nippon, Exit Glass Business
Saint-Gobain Reopens Aniche-Emerchicourt Float Plant in Northern France
DFI Introduces FuseCube Flex Modular Coating Machine
ABI Slows in April
People news
HHH Tempering Resources Welcomes New Vice President of Operations
Keystone Certifications Welcomes Three New Associates
Event news
Glass Performance Days Welcomes James Carpenter as Keynote Speaker
GIMAV Reports Growth in Chinese Market from China Glass 2017
Product Spotlight
Zero Net PW2500 Pressure Wall from FreMarq Innovations
Based in Wausau, Wisconsin, FrēMarq Innovations developed the Zero Net PW2500 Pressure Wall curtain wall, an aluminum framing system with fiberglass thermal barrier. The system provides framing that is as high performing as the glass it supports, company officials report, improving the overall system performance for curtain wall applications. 
Introducing an Easier Way to Promote Company Growth and Innovation
By Bethany Stough
The glass industry is developing and growing, and we love hearing about and sharing its advancements. We want to make sure we're hearing from you.
From the Fabricator: Trends and Links
By Max Perilstein
This week I have another run of quick hits for you from forecasts, to great resources, to personnel stuff and more. Time to get caught up on this great variety of information.
Great Glazing
Mint Museum Tower

General contractor & installer: Glass Systems Inc.
Glass manufacturer: Guardian Glass
Glass fabricators: J.E. Berkowitz
Door supplier: YKK AP

The Museum Tower in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a 43-story luxury apartment complex, built on top of the Mint Museum. The glass-clad, 385,000-square-foot high-rise complements the contemporary architecture of the existing Mint Museum. Floor-to-ceiling windows give each apartment dramatic views of the city skyline. The glazing systems helped to manage construction challenges presented by the building’s height and lack of exterior accessibility, as the Mint Museum remained open throughout construction. Read more...



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