Volume 38, Number 8
August 2003

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     Global Update
    AAMA Fears China Trade Infringements Threaten Industry

               Italian Trade Commission Offers Best Practices White Paper to Equipment Purchases

                   Dwyer Group Honored with “Export Achievement Certificate”



Walking the Distance
Read the story behind Walker Glass’ 60 years of success.

Winds of Change
Hurricane Andrew left not just a disastrous footprint on the Southeastern United States, it also changed the way the glazing industry thinks about safety glazing materials.

Discovering Decorative Glass
Learn about some of the most exciting decorative glass products to hit the market.

No Such Thing?
While it seems the industry has been praising and pushing hurricane-resistant glazing, it's really a hurricane-resistant glazing system that needs to be touted.

Code Compliant
The 2003 International Building Code was published in February of this year. This article discusses the code's changes that affect the glazing industry.

Get with the System 
The key word at the PGC's recent symposium was system. Find out how this word is changing the glazing industry.

“En Vitrum Veritas”
Whether it was due to the proximity of so many shows, the economy or terrorism 
concerns, visitors to Vitrum 2003 were few. 


Dear USG


Codes & Regulations

Energy & Environment

Company News

Distribution & Production

Global Update



Ways & Means



The Farnady Files

Legal Ease

Guest Book

Lawrence Logic

The Business



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