Latest News in Commercial Glass

  • Company set to complete exit of auto glass market with sale of RV and bus windshield business
    Revenues increased 17 percent in the final fiscal quarter of 2007 over the same period last year for Apogee Enterprises Inc. of Minneapolis, according to an April 11 company release. Total year revenues for the company reached $778.8 million, also 17 percent above fiscal year 2006...
  • Genstar Capital LLC of San Francisco bought International Aluminum Corp., Monterey Park, Calif., in a deal worth $228 million, according to an April 2 Genstar announcement...
  • Officials from Santa Monica, Calif.-based Oldcastle Glass say its planned Atlanta facility, set to start operations in September, will help serve increasing demand for hurricane-resistant glass in the Southeastern United States...
  • Q&A with Chris Mammen, president of Mammen Glass & Mirror

    Recent growth at Mammen Glass & Mirror in Irving, Texas, helped the company earn recognition from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, says Chris Mammen, president of the 78-person family-run business...

  • High-performance glazing gains ground in the country

    The growing number of American architects working in China has opened the doors for U.S. glass companies to become involved in the exploding Chinese construction market, according to representatives from PPG Industries of Pittsburgh...
  • Metals hit the hardest for glass industry

    While prices for glass have remained steady for the past several months, recent predictions from the Associated General Contractors of America in Arlington, Va., indicate price hikes are coming...
  • After a weak January, construction starts in February rebounded 7 percent. However, total construction for the first two months of 2007 still sits 15 percent lower than it did during the same period last year...
  • Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge set to open

    Tomorrow, the laminated glass bridge over the Grand Canyon will open to the public, allowing visitors to pay $25 for an unobstructed view 4,000 feet down to the Colorado River...
  • Frederico Broccoli, president and chief executive officer of Biesse America, announced the company acquired the distribution and service branch of AGM Glass Machinery Inc. during a news conference March 22 at Biesse headquarters in Charlotte, N.C...
  • The European Union issued antitrust charges against Japan’s Asahi Glass Co. and its Belgian subsidiary Glaverbel; Japan’s Nippon Sheet Glass Co. and its subsidiary Pilkington, of the United Kingdom; and Saint-Gobain of France, according to a March 15 article from Bloomberg...
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  • Cardinal LG Co., a subsidiary of Cardinal Glass Industries, has acquired Northeast Laminated Glass Corp., based in Jessup, Pa. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Cardinal LG will continue serving customers’ product needs from the Jessup facility. “Founders Tom Zaccone and Larry Tumminia, and the employees of Northeast Laminated, have done an excellent job building this business and...
  • The largest glass, window and door show in the Americas is offering industry suppliers two new, multi-layered promotion programs for exposure before, during and after GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Las Vegas, Sept. 10-12, 2014. The sponsorships key off new, interactive glassTalks™―part of the inaugural Express Learning sessions on the show floor.“Express Learning is the...
  • John Swanson, editor and associate publisher of Window & Door, passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2014, in Manhattan. He was 52 years old.John started his publishing career at Ashlee Publishing in New York City in 1984. He was founding editor of fenestration, launched in 1987, the first North American magazine specifically targeting the residential window and door market. There he...