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July 23, 2019
From Glass Magazine
Investing in the #1 Asset
Simply saying people are the number one asset is not enough. Making investments in people pays dividends to a company’s bottom line, impacting employee recruitment, retention and overall success. 
Industry News
Salem Distributing Co. Acquires HHH Tempering Resources
Pilkington Restarts Float Line at German Plant
Glass + Mirror Craft Creates New Parent Company, Launches New Division
NGA Sponsors Webinar, Professional Roundtable: Perspectives on Glass and Glazing in Design
People News
Apex Aluminum Extrusions Appoints Tony Da Silva Vice President of Engineering
American Insulated Glass Hires Leadership for Knoxville Facility
FeneTech Names Matt Buchanan as Newly Created Director of Software Development
Giroux Glass Inc. Welcomes New Board Members
Product Spotlight
Tremco Seals the Deal

A producer of structural silicone sealants for more than 30 years, Tremco has built a reputation as a solutions provider for some of the most complex and innovative glazing projects in North America and around the world. From single- and multi-component silicones, acrylic and butyl sealants, Tremco has you covered for every glazing application.

The Value in Attending Industry Events
By Eric Wroldsen
All of us in the glass industry—in any industry—spend a lot of time talking on the phone, texting and emailing customers and colleagues. This is all time well spent, but it pales in comparison to meeting in person and showing products in a fresh way.
From the Fabricator: A Great Deal
By Max Perilstein
There was a pretty significant deal in our world this week from the machinery side of things. Salem Distributing acquiring HHH Tempering marries up two well-run companies with very respected leaders and strong products. This will be a great combo for many years.
Project News
Glass Makes Amazon's Spheres Possible
The Spheres is the architectural crown jewel of Amazon’s $4 billion headquarters campus in downtown Seattle. The trio of conjoined glass domes comprising five floors of meeting, relaxation and collaborative space complete with terraces, waterfall and river features, and a treehouse conference area—a project seven years in the making—is an architectural and aesthetic marvel that has transformed the area, say officials.

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