Guardian Industries Corp. plans to invest nearly $55 million in rebuilding one of the glass-making lines at its Carleton plant, a move that should preserve about 150 jobs, according to company officials.
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Carleton Glass Plant Plans Upgrade
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has signed a highly debated auto glass bill.
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South Carolina Governor Signs Auto Glass Bill into Law
The Auto Glass Safety Council (formerly the AGRSS Council Inc.) is inviting members of the auto glass community to donate items of value to be auctioned off at the Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) Silent Auction at Auto Glass Week. The auction will be taking place Friday, September 21, 2012 at the Welcoming Cocktail Party.
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Auto Glass Safety Council Seeks Items for Auto Glass Week Silent Auction
The nation’s biggest insurance companies charge wildly different prices to similar, or even the same, drivers in the same city, a new study shows. In Chicago, as well as 14 other cities, “good” drivers-with no accidents or moving violations-are quoted what the Consumer Federation of America says are high auto insurance rates for the minimum liability coverage required by states.
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Auto Insurance Rates Vary Widely for Same Driver
Greg Coccaro and his body shop, North State Custom, will be in court January 28, 2013. The body shop owner announced that the court has set a trial date for his against Progressive Insurance
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Coccaro Looks to the Future as Trial Date Approaches
French glass maker Compagnie de Saint-Gobain SA won’t seek to delist its Indian-listed unit Saint-Gobain Sekurit India Ltd. (515043.BY) as minority shareholders offered to sell fewer shares than the minimum required for the delisting offer to go through, the manager to the offer said Monday.
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Saint-Gobain Abandons Attempt to Delist Indian Auto Glass Unit
Cleveland Auto Glass Supply Co. has become a Copper Sponsor for Auto Glass Week 2012 set to be held this September 20-22 in Louisville, Ky.
Cleveland Auto Glass Supply Co. Signs On as a Copper Sponsor of Auto Glass Week 2012
Christina Denny, 44, a former employee of Lafayette, Ind.-based Lafayette Glass Co., turned herself in to Tippecanoe County Jail on an arrest warrant charging her with ten felony counts last week related to embezzlement, according to police records. Denny is alleged to have stolen more than $100,000. Lafayette Glass Co.
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Former Employee at Lafayette Glass Charged with Embezzlement
Yih-Tair Ind. Inc./FlexLine has signed on as a Cobalt Sponsor of Auto Glass Week 2012 which will be held this September 20-22 in Louisville, Ky.
Yih-Tair Ind. Inc./FlexLine to Serve as a Cobalt Sponsor for Auto Glass Week
Starting Sept. 1, Louisiana drivers will have the option of having their vehicles inspected annually or once every two years. The new law gives drivers an option when they bring their vehicles in for inspection – pay $10 for the standard one-year inspection sticker, or pay $20 and get a sticker that’s good for two years.
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Louisiana to Offer 2-Year Vehicle Inspections