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  • The fight over a stalled bill that would make it easier for unions to organize workers is entering a new round, with the nation's largest business association and big labor unions gearing up competing efforts to sway a small group of senators.The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching a $1 million television advertising campaign that takes a new line of attack against the Employee Free Choice Act...
  • The aluminum industry has been hit hard by the global economic crisis with sharp falls in sales across the automotive, construction and aerospace industries.Prices have crashed, with the benchmark London Metal Exchange three-month contract dropping 62.2 percent, from a record $3,375 a ton in July of 2008 to a seven-year low of $1,275 in late February.However, a recovery has emerged in recent...
  • Bekaert Specialty Films LLC today announced it has received the status of Climate Action Leader by the California Climate Action Registry, the country’s most rigorous voluntary greenhouse gas reporting program. The company’s carbon footprint, which was defined earlier this year, had to be verified by independent auditorsBureau Veritas before being accepted by CCAR. Bekaert Specialty...
  • The 16th Vitrum, international exhibition specializing in machinery, equipment and systems for flat and hollow glass processing, to be held Oct. 28-31 in Milan, will host Vitrum Energy 2009, according to an April 8 Vitrum release. Vitrum Energy will be the first Italian and international showcase to present the latest technologies and materials for energy savings and utilization of renewable...
  • Watch the video: Southwest and South Central Regional Finalist - Mammen Glass & Mirror The U.S. Chamber of Commerce selected M3 Glass Technologies, Irving, Texas, as one of seven finalists for America’s Small Business of the Year Award, according to a March 16 U.S. Chamber release. The company be honored during America’s Small Business Summit 2009, May 11-13,...
  • A struggling economy has left more than 30 workers at a local plant without a job.AGC Flat Glass North America Inc. announced the layoffs last week due to a weak economy and lack of demand in North America and across the globe.“Glass demand has been down and continues to remain weak,” said Christopher Correnti, a spokesman for the Alpharetta, Ga.-based company. “As a result of...
  • French giant Saint-Gobain, with annual turnover worth 44.8bn euros [$59.7 billion], which has so far invested 130m euros [$173.2 million] in a glass plant in Calarasi [Romania], only two years after finalizing the plant got to control around half of the float glass market and states it is set to make further investments on the domestic market on the long term.Saint-Gobain, a major global producer...
  • [Minneapolis-based] Apogee Enterprises Inc.'s fiscal fourth-quarter net income dropped 24 percent on lower sales because of the slowdown in commercial construction.The commercial glass provider cut its revenue forecast for the fiscal year, but said the second half could benefit from stimulus projects to upgrade government and school buildings."To manage through the downturn, we have...
  • Ohio-based FeneTech Inc. has launched its Web site in French to better serve its European clients, according to an April 7 company release. Additional languages will follow this year.FeneTech Inc. has only recently started its marketing and sales activity in Europe, starting with the participation at glasstec 2008 in Dusseldorf, Germany.“FeneTech is moving quickly to become a global and...
  • glasstec 2010 will offer exhibitors and visitors a comprehensively revised structure, according to an April 6 release from Messe Düsseldorf North America, Chicago. With the new title “Glass Production – Processing – Products," glasstec will convey that it is the only international trade fair reflecting the entire value chain of glass in all its facets. As part of...
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  • The National Glass Association \ Window & Door Dealers Alliance is pleased to announce the election of Bryan Bush to the office of chairman of the board. Bush, of City Glass Co., Omaha, Neb., has served on the board since 2010. Bush took the office of chairman on Sept. 11, 2014, during GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Las Vegas. He will serve a one-year term.“Our...
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