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  • Edgetech I.G.Officials at Edgetech I.G., Cambridge, Ohio, appointed Bruce Hodges quality engineer at the Cambridge facility. Hodges brings more than 22 years of related experience to his new role, most recently as manufacturing engineering manager for Visteon Corp., Van Buren Township, Mich. He has experience with multiple manufacturing companies in various roles related to project...
  • Sustainability, technology focus of 2009 event
    Ecobuild America kicked off Dec. 8 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
  • Glass Magazine’s new interactive format allows you to listen in on live sales calls. Following are excerpts of outbound calls demonstrating effective questions to ask to identify customer needs and gather information for future sales opportunities. Example 1: Getting your foot in the door Example 2: Finding the right contact, part 1 Example 3: Finding the right contact, part...
  • What are your expectations for 2010?
    CommercialPaul Main, vice president, regional manager, Southwest region, Trainor Glass Co., Alsip, Ill.Institutional, public work is going to be our mainstay until things recover. Hospitals, schools, government buildings: that’s where there is still some work. Office and retail are definitely down. There’s not any money to be made there, because there’s not any money to develop...
  • The dos and don'ts of outbound sales calls
    Online OnlyYou’ve read about proper sales calls; now listen to them liveEditor’s note: This article is part one of a two-part series on how to transform your sales team. Look for part two in the February 2010 issue, which will discuss what to say and what not to say on outbound sales calls, as well as how to master the close. Additional audio files will be available on...
  • Experts at Outlook 2010 say economy is on the mend, but recovery will be slow, difficult
    The recession that gripped the nation since December 2007 is beginning to end, but we are not out of the woods, said the economists at the Outlook 2010 Executive Conference, Oct. 15-16, Washington, D.C.
  • ViraconCharles Boyer has joined Viracon, Owatonna, Minn., as vice president of research, process and product development. He will oversee the research and development and coating development departments, and will work closely with these teams to energize product development efforts and improve technologies utilized to support Viracon’s customer-facing activities.Boyer has 24 years...
  • The financial crisis has had a deep impact on economic activity over the last 18 months. What started as a problem related to the securitization of sub-prime mortgages has expanded to affect practically all aspects of the economy.
  • Ken Simonson, chief economist for the Associated General Contractors, Arlington, Va., said $135 billion of the $787 billion stimulus package would likely end up being used for various construction projects. He expected about $30 billion to $40 billion of that amount to be spent this year.The table below breaks down stimulus spending by category and agency.
  • Vitrum 2009 took place at Fiera Milano, Milan, Oct. 28-31. Read the following articles for an overview of the international trade show for machinery, equipment and systems for flat and hollow glass; glass; and finished products.Vitrum 2009 sees increase in number of visitorsVitrum: Worst not quite over for European industrial productionVitrum wraps up
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