Latest News in Fabrication Glass

  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association promoted Janice Yglesias to executive vice president. Yglesias previously served as AAMA’s association services director."During her 18 years with AAMA, Janice strived to learn and understand all AAMA operations, programs and services. That knowledge has been transferred into countless improvements in AAMA procedures and productivity...
  • Tubelite added Sharrod Szydloski, Matt Tschida and Bret Summers as support staff. This support staff actively works with Tubelite’s departments, client development managers and regional sales managers. In southern Missouri, Sharrod Szydloski joined Archon Fenestration Technologies as a sales agent. He works closely with Doug Urich, Tubelite’s client development manager for Kansas, Missouri and...
  • American Insulated Glass LLC will open a third glass fabrication and wholesale distribution facility in Birmingham, Alabama. “We expect the Birmingham plant to be fully operational by spring 2018,” says Billy Blair, chief executive officer of AIG. The facility, which will serve customers in the southeastern part of the United States, will be equipped with a new commercial Lisec insulating glass...
  • The Glass Guru added three new staff members to the team at its franchise headquarters. The company welcomed Brian Cohen as digital marketing director; Amanda Scott as content writer and social media specialist; and Steven Tyler as video and graphic designer. The new hires are part of an overall expansion of the marketing department, as it evolves toward a greater utilization of rich multimedia...
  • BondJoyceSaand welcomed two new additions to the team at its Webster, Massachusetts, facility. The company hired Joshua Bond as production supervisor and Bob Joyce as distribution manager. Bond has over 13 years of experience in the glass industry. He has made it a point to learn every position within the plant and has become someone his coworkers can count on for his knowledge and dependability...
  • Vetrotech Saint-Gobain appointed Brendan Rogers as engineering manager for Vetrotech North America, located in Auburn, Washington. He will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the engineering and drafting, and project management departments. Rogers has been in the glazing industry since 2000, most recently as an engineering manager for a North American Schuco fabricator. His previous...
  • Consolidated Glass Holdings named Angela Beach as senior marketing manager.In her new position, Beach will be responsible for managing all marketing initiatives for CGH and its family of companies, including Columbia Commercial Building Products, Dlubak Specialty Glass, Global Security Glazing, J.E. Berkowitz, North American Specialty Glass and Solar Seal. “Angela has excelled as J.E....
  • Roto North America added Bill Priest as research and design manager within the product innovation process. He holds a bachelor of science in aerospace and a master’s degree in finance, and has more than 20 years' experience in research and design.Prior to joining Roto, Priest worked at General Motors, assisting with automotive hardware. His experience also includes working at Stanley, with a...
  • Midwest Glass Fabricators hired Paul Mouton in the role of senior sales development. Mouton will work with Midwest’s commercial glaziers. His background in construction management and business development will bring a new focus to commercial customers, says the company.
  • Saand Inc. welcomed three new employees to its Webster, Massachusetts, facility. The company added Wendy Esformes as human resource generalist, Edwin Morse as plant manager and Lee Ann Gibree as customer service manager. Esformes will be developing human resource systems and processes to ensure an effective and efficient human resources administration plan. She will focus on health and safety,...
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  • The National Glass Association, Vienna, Virginia, and the Glass Association of North America are now one, united voice representing the flat glass and glazing industry. The associations embarked on the combination quest in spring 2017 with the NGA and GANA memberships voting to approve the deal in less than a year. The newly combined association will be known as the National Glass Association; a...
  • The National Glass Association and the Glass Association of North America have taken the next step to finalizing the combination, resulting in a new, larger, more financially sound association. Following unanimous approval by both boards of directors to combine the associations, the members now vote to ratify, according to a joint press release. 
  • Glass Magazine’s 2017 top headlines reflect an industry experiencing strong demand and market confidence, while facing capacity challenges made worse through supply disruptions. During the year, the North American industry witnessed unexpected production stoppages at three float glass lines throughout the year. Other main stories included business expansions, with announcements of major capital...