Latest News in Fabrication Glass

  • Advanced Solar Photonics has unveiled a new laser-based glass cutting system for the solar photovoltaic industry. The system produces micro-cracks in the subsurface layer of the glass and not thermal-fracturing of the glass.
  • Officials at Bystronic Glass Group announced the company's German glass technology centers have been renamed. Armatec Vierhaus GmbH is now Bystronic Armatec GmbH, and Lenhardt Maschinenbau GmbH is now Bystronic Lenhardt GmbH, according to a Feb. 2 release. The change will not affect customers, according to the release. All existing contracts will remain the same, and the technology center...
  • Add sustainability to the list of matters discussed by political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum, which announced that $515 billion, as well as government action and regulation is needed annually for "green" investments to avoid a disastrous carbon emissions level.The announcement came in the report "Green Investing: Towards a Clean Energy Infrastructure"...
  • Bulgaria's MPs are to abandon the current National Assembly to relocate to the former Bulgarian Communist Party headquarters, commonly known as the Party House, where they will host their plenary sessions in a large glass hall. Plans are for the move to happen in the next two to three years.Gradski Daily reported that Belgian technical director of the Flemish parliament, Kurt de Vriend, said that...
  • The $497 million needed to construct the long-delayed Fulton Street Transit Center will be paid entirely through President Obama's economic stimulus package, MTA officials said today.The project calls for a 12-subway hub with an above-ground, glass-covered pavilion to replace the current maze of loosely-linked stations.The original designs of the above-ground glass structure called for an oculus...
  •  Vitro SAB, Mexico’s largest glassmaker, said it will miss $44.8 million in interest payments due next week on $1 billion of bonds to preserve cash to run its operations.Four counterparties to Vitro’s derivative investments provided notice of default, the company said in a statement to the Securities and Exchange Commission today, prompting Vitro to announce it will skip the two...
  • During a Jan. 27 Webinar, two leading construction economists answered the question, “Have we hit bottom?” Jim Haughey, chief economist for Reed Construction Data, forecasted the U.S. economy will hit bottom in late summer or early fall of 2009.

  • Japan's Nippon Sheet Glass said on Thursday it would cut 5,800 employees, or about 15 percent of its global work force, by March 2010.Read a company release on revised forecast for FY2009.
  • A crisis of confidence has struck chief executives round the world, according to a survey presented in Davos that captures the chastened mood and changed priorities of business on the eve of one of the most anticipated gatherings of the World Economic Forum.Just 21 percent of the 1,100 executives interviewed by PwC across 50 countries were very confident that their revenues would increase this...
  • The Glass Association of North America, Topeka, Kan., elected Tracy Rogers, technical director, Edgetech IG, Cambridge, Ohio, as chair of its Insulating Division, according to a Jan. 28 GANA release. The division comprises insulating glass unit manufacturers and suppliers.Rogers brings more than two decades of experience and knowledge of the fenestration industry to the position. While...
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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...
  • The Dwyer Group Inc., parent company of numerous service-based franchise brands including Glass Doctor, today announced it has been acquired for the second time by The Riverside Company, a private equity fund with locations in North America, Europe and Asia. The deal with the global investment firm renews a collaboration between two growing and successful organizations, according to company...
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