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December 17, 2019
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Industry News
Cristacurva Sells Assets of Houston Plant to Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope
Quanex Transitions Executive Team
EFCO Corp. Promotes John Bendt to President
Crystal Expands Engineering Assistance Services for Window Projects
People News
Linetec's Jon Close Promoted to President, Rick Marshall to Retire
American Insulated Glass Expands Leadership and Management Teams
Eastman's William T. McLain Jr. to Succeed Curtis E. Espeland as CFO
Tim McGonagle Joins Vitro Architectural Glass as National Architectural Manager
GGI Hires New Sales Representative
Consolidated Glass Holdings Adds Tim Finley as Midwest Sales Rep
Product Spotlight
Cargo harp rack from introduced a new harp glass rack for transporting as many as 12 sheets or lites of glass in the cargo bay of all popular full-size vans. The rack has a capacity to hold sizes up to 96 inches by 48 inches. For glass protection and easy loading, each of the rack’s eight 5/16-inch wide and four 3/4-inch wide glass storage sections has a grooved floor channel, and glass is separated by padded rods. A hinged front latch keeps glass in place. The product enables customers to store and transport different-sized sheets of glass to jobsites.

From the Fabricator: And the Industry MVP is....
By Max Perilstein
And here we are ... the end of the year and my final scheduled post for 2019. As is my tradition, it’s in this post that I reveal the runners up and MVP of our fine industry during the past year. I look at people and companies who step up to support our part of the world, push the innovation and are positive glass industry representatives. 
Project News
Linetec Adds Color Coatings, Thermal Improvement to HvVee Arena Refurbishment
Considered the nation's first multi-level sports complex, HyVee Arena adaptively reused the historic Kemper Arena's single-level venue, transforming it into a modern, four-level, multi-functional, 10,000-seat recreational facility in Kansas City, Missouri.

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