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
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
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
Lawmakers in Rhode Island and South Carolina are considering legislation prohibiting insurers from “steering” policyholders filing claims to specific auto repairers, underlining the legislative debate over whether such anti-steering measures will protect consumers by encouraging choice or saddle them with inflated coverage rates, according to Online Auto Insurance.
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OAI: Bills in Two States Target Steering by Auto Insurance Companies
This month, the glassBYTEs.com newscast, sponsored by AGRR magazine, shares information on a recent Mazda warning for auto glass replacement company and reveals the newly elected NWRA leadership. Also, stay tuned at the end of the newscast for important reminders regarding Auto Glass Week.
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Watch the glassBYTEs.com Newscast for Information on a Warning from Mazda and NWRA Elections
The auto industry has signed on to proposed federal mandates to dramatically improve vehicle fuel economy.
Automakers Seek Fuel-Saving Technologies
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a recall for 2007-2011 Foretravel/Nimbus and 2007-2010 Foretravel/Phenix motorcoaches. Some of the Se-Gi vented windows in these motor coaches have experienced an issue where the adhesive bond on some panels between the glass portion and the hinge may de-bond, allowing the panel to detach and fall from the vehicle. If this happened it could cause personal injury or lead to a vehicle accident.
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Se-Gi Vented Windows Recalled From Foretravel Motorcoaches
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
Will an increase in new car sales mean less repairs on aged cars? In a year that has already seen exceptionally mild weather conditions, which has slowed business for many auto glass shops, is increased vehicle retail sales good or bad news?
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J.D. Power Reports Continued Increase in Vehicle Retail Sales
A side mirror that eliminates the dangerous “blind spot” for drivers has now received a U.S.
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Math Professor’s Side Mirror that Eliminates ‘Blind Spot’ Receives US Patent