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  • CPFilms Inc., St. Louis, a wholly owned subsidiary of Solutia Inc., has launched two Web sites supporting its Vista and FormulaOne High Performance Auto Tint window film brands, according to a Jan. 29 release. Through intuitive navigation and interactive features, and a bold new look, the Web sites promote CPFilms premium dealers and product lines in the U.S. and Canada.“These...
  • The Federal Reserve has introduced a generous surge of money in the financial system, but this could result in higher inflation, expected to reappear in 2011 and 2012.See attached PDF for more information.
  • Some of the most beautiful and unique glass on commercial buildings and homes in the country are found in Arizona and IndustrialSAVER wants to offer such products across the globe. The company, which operates a business-to-business marketplace, recently launched a new directory focusing on all kinds of commercial, industrial and safety glass standard or custom made. According to officials of the...
  • The commercial real estate market “is a train wreck in slow motion,” said Richard Parkus, head of commercial real estate debt research at Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt, in a Jan. 18 Time magazine article. "Because it's in slow motion, people get this sense that it's really not happening. It is happening.”Indeed, analysts have been concerned about the health of the commercial...
  • When the management of the Treasure Island Resort Casino in Las Vegas recently acquired a priceless collection of Chinese artifacts to adorn the entrance of Khotan, their newly remodeled high-end Pan-Asian restaurant, they had three concerns: protection of the articles from casual contact, security against theft or vandalism, and how to achieve these goals while effectively showcasing the...
  • Training and certification on lead-safe practices will be required for work on pre-1978 homes
    The rules will affect companies doing window and door replacements, and residential glass installations.
  • Readers reveal how they fared in 2009 and their expectations for the year ahead
    More than 800 glass companies representing the commercial, retail and fabrication markets participated in Glass Magazine’s 2010 State of the Industry survey, providing insight into how they did in 2009 and how they plan to remain profitable in what forecasters predict will be a challenging year ahead.
  • Tight lending standards have the industry in a chokehold, as builders and developers, business owners, and consumers struggle to secure the financing necessary to bankroll construction projects, invest in personnel and equipment, and purchase or remodel homes.
  • Housing, remodeling markets poised for growth in 2010 but still a far cry from pre-recession levels
    For glass retailers, the road to recovery will be paved with new housing starts, increased remodeling expenditures, and stronger consumer confidence. But it will be a long journey.
  • Is adding a low-maintenance coating option a good idea for your business?
    Ask the right questions and pay attention to the answers to determine if your business is ready to capitalize on this growing industry trend.
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