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  • 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...
  • Read part one, part two and part three of the e-glass Special Series on immigration.In the Nov. 28 edition of e-glass weekly, several company managers reported that their immigrant workforce has helped them get through the growing labor shortage in the glass industry. However, industry representatives warn companies need to take all appropriate steps to ensure they hire legal immigrant...
  • Managing director and executive vice president of sales and marketing, Traco
     Education: 2001, executive master of business administration, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.; 1987-91, studied applied history and industrial management at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.   Career: 2004-present, managing director and executive vice president of sales and marketing, Traco, Cranberry Township, Pa.; 2001-04, vice...
  • Stock hinged units, custom wall-mounts available
    Los Angeles-based C.R. Laurence Co. introduced several designs for bulletin board cases for interior applications. “We have created a variety of stock bulletin board cases, and also offer custom bulletin boards that are fabricated to each customer’s specifications,” says Bob Carlson, product manager.CRL’s wall-mounted bulletin board cases ship fully assembled and ready for...
  • Equipment with smaller footprints hikes efficiency
    Bromer Inc. of Terrebonne, Quebec, offers a horizontal seaming line that saves floor space in a fabrication plant. Its Automatic Seaming Line Z Path occupies a third of the floor space of a regular seaming line, according to information from the equipment manufacturer. When placed on the machine, glass sheets can follow a “Z” course on the seaming table surface.The line accommodates...
  • Tips for maintenance
    Typically, two choices in aluminum finishes exist in the glass business: painted material and anodized material. Paint is applied on top of the metal and seals it from oxidation. As long as the paint does not chip, the metal is protected from oxidation indefinitely. Paint manufacturers now have a “coastal” specification designed to be especially resistant to environments with an...
  • Glass hazards often represent a significant component of the risk to personnel during a terrorist explosives attack. Whether from a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device or hand-placed explosive charges, blast pressures can overwhelm conventional glazing and result in hazardous glass fragments in occupied areas. Injuries from glass include lacerations and serious injuries from less obvious...
  • People used to come to Colonial Mirror & Glass Corp., look at the machinery and joke that it was like visiting a museum, says Zachary Weiner, president. Now, the shop barely resembles the past in terms of layout and machinery. “With the exception of a polishing machine and the existing oven, we’ve replaced or moved around every single piece of equipment in the shop,” Weiner...
  • 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:...
  • Industry will require more than 50 new lines to keep up with flat glass need
     World demand for flat glass is forecast to rise 5.2 percent per year through 2010 to 6.1 billion square meters. Maintaining the trend seen over the 2000-2005 period, demand will outpace real, i.e., inflation-adjusted, gains in the global economy. Production of flat glass is projected to increase 5.4 percent per year through 2010 to 57.3 million metric tons, of which approximately 45-50...
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