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
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
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
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
A Texas bankruptcy court ruled Wednesday that it will not enforce Vitro’s Mexican Plan of Reorganization in the United States. The ruling comes days after the counsels for Vitro and the noteholders presented their cases in front of the court.
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Texas Court Rules to Not Enforce Mexican Vitro Plan of Reorganization
Greenshield, the windshield recycling program from JN Phillips Auto Glass, has renewed its verification as a “Validated Auto Glass Reclamation Program” by Underwriters Laboratories Environment. The program was originally validated in 2011.
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JN Phillips Auto Glass Windshield Recycling Program Validated by Underwriters Laboratories Environment
National Windscreens has launched a new corporate identity to more accurately reflect the company’s core values. Pete Marsden, commercial director at National Windscreens commented: “The new corporate identity has been designed to reflect the factors that our customers rate most highly in what is often a distress purchase situation – namely being reliable, clear and to the point.”
National Windscreens Unveils New Look
As the editorial editor of his school newspaper and an active volunteer in causes ranging from Muscular Dystrophy Association to Junior Achievement, Mark Liston had hoped to become a grade school teacher when he graduated from West High School in 1972. He liked the franchising industry and stayed with it, working with several more companies before joining the Glass Doctor in 2010 as vice president of operations. The auto glass repair and replacement franchising group has more than 300 locations in Canada and the U.S.; in December, he was named president.
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Young Americans: For Mark Liston, Work Ethic and Attitude Trump Degree
Asters acted as a Ukrainian legal counsel to Belron International Limited in connection with its entering into the Ukrainian market for the repair and replacement of automotive glass through the franchising arrangement with a Ukrainian counterparty.
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Asters Advises Belron on Franchising Matters in Ukraine