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  • What you should know
    Read about the 10 ways to bring your company through the credit crunch. Track the consumer loan delinquency rate, decrease in money borrowed and increase in interest rates. Click here for a free PDF download of the article.
  • Name three factors that have resulted in significant changes to your industry within the past five years.
    Name three factors that have resulted in significant changes to your industry within the past five years.
  • Cost hikes offset volume, price increases for some retailers
    Auto glass repair and replacement retailers anticipated net income would decline 3 percent in 2007, according to the 2007 National Glass Association Competitiveness Survey. The primary culprits: rising energy, fuel and insurance costs. Conducted by The MPI Group, Shaker Heights, Ohio, the survey provides a comprehensive view of the performance and business practices of 22 U.S. auto glass repair...
  • Daylighting with hermetically sealed computer- controlled louvers between lites
     It’s the middle of June in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale, Ariz., and the intense desert sun spurs the mercury’s climb to the 108-degree mark and beyond.  Roger Watson, vice president of sales and marketing for Saint-Gobain Glass Exprover NA, peers out one of two windows in the fluorescent-lit building he’s occupied since moving to Scottsdale three months ago....
  • You told us what you liked, and we’re giving you more Fabricator fuel surcharges, green glazing at the 2006 AIA convention and a shower door company buy-out were the top stories in e-glass weekly, June 14, 2006 ...
  • NGA survey shows some members yet to adopt a strategy
    The majority of National Glass Association member firms are trying to improve operations, adopting a variety of methodologies and practices that increase productivity and competitiveness. Yet 36 percent of NGA members participating in the 2006 NGA Competitiveness Survey are still doing next to nothing. NGA members are most likely to use employee training programs—35 percent of firms already...
  • Predicting the economic future can be a guessing game at times, depending on the economists you listen to. In my quest for interviews with the country’s top financial leaders, I narrowed my focus to billionaire Warren Buffet, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. It turns out Buffet was busy helping Bill Gates spend the money he...
  • International trade fair focuses on green architecture
    Box scoresOct. 24-28 at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Center in GermanyAttendees: 54,000Attendees at Glasstec 2004: 53,752Visitors’ places of origin: 40 percent, Germany; 60 percent, from 84 countries ranging from Argentina to South AfricaAttending company executives: 37,800 Exhibiting companies: 1,300Countries represented by exhibitors: 46Majority of international exhibitors by country:...
  • Even the magnificent natural beauty of Hawaii can benefit from man-made innovation. The area between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki in Hawaii gets a much-needed face-lift, thanks in part to a new mixed use development currently under construction. The design team at ELS Architecture and Urban Design in Berkeley, Calif., was hired by developer General Growth Properties of Chicago to create a mixed...
  • By Jenni Chase
    When it comes to expanding your service offerings, “it’s all about planning,” says Kenny Keller, president of Keller Glass Inc., headquartered in Trinidad, Colo. In 2000, after more than 15 years in the auto glass industry, he decided to tackle the commercial and residential glass markets, turning the once auto-glass only operation into a full-service glass company. Today,...
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    Great Glazing: Custom interior officeThis commercial office space in Tulsa, Okla., features a 42-foot-long, custom, continuous art mural that spans 14 glass panels suspended from the ceiling. Created by Tulsa artist May Yang, the mural is based on local Oklahoma themes, transitioning from rural landscape to the Tulsa skyline.   Great Glazing: Joliet Junior College Campus...
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