Glass Times editor Nathan Bushell considers the slowly expanding National Glass Group.There’s a quiet revolution taking place in the glass industry: the growth of the National Glass Group (NGG).This week...
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Two new members for national group
National Glass Group (NGG) has welcomed two new members in the form of Crystal Units based in the south east and Ecoglass situated in East Anglia. Collective member turnover for...
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Testing rig investment
Exova Group, which was recently acquired by Element Materials Technology, has invested in weather and security testing rigs at its Wednesbury laboratory. The new equipment will be used for weather...
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Construction marketing award
Balls2 Marketing has won the top award for Construction, Property or Infrastructure Campaign at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ PRide awards on November 10.The awards ceremony took place at...
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Bet leads to birth of secondary glazing firm
In 2012, two directors of fabricator Roseview debated the future of secondary glazing.Director A argued that secondary glazing was a relic; given rapidly advancing technology, it was effectively ‘dead’, and...
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The impact of well-designed products
As the Atlas Installation of the Month competition comes to the end of its third year, the latest round of winners has raised the bar with some incredible designs, the...
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Rapid foils growth
Emplas has said that more flexible delivery and increased affordability have driven major growth in sales of foiled product.According to the fabricator, the expansion of its ex-stock colour range and...
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Smart solutions are the future
Digitalisation and the ‘Internet of Things’ is rapidly gaining in importance, becoming the touchstone for the future viability of many companies in the window and facade building industry. ‘What radical...
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The benefits of not cutting corners
The Window Company (Contracts) has always claimed to never cut corners on site, and its latest recruit Tom Millar has conveniently demonstrated that on a recent project.At Eldon School in...
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Market resurgence boosts sales
The continuing resurgence of aluminium is proving to be very good news for BM Aluminium, the exclusive UK supplier of Orgadata’s specialist LogiKal software solution.The company, based in Tewkesbury, has...
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Two new textured glass patterns
Pilkington UK has launched two new patterns to its Pilkington Texture Glass range.Pilkington Cassini and Pilkington Tribal add to the manufacturer’s existing texture glass range, which helps homeowners maintain privacy...
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Construction output falls for a second quarter
ONS figures published recently show that construction output contracted 0.9% in the third quarter of 2017. This is a downward revision from the preliminary estimate of a 0.7% decline released...
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Growing share through reputation
Chris Wann, business manager at Made for Trade, discusses how the Korniche Roof Lantern continues to make a big impact on the aluminium lantern market. Over the last year, every...
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What you see is what you get
AGC has introduced its latest online customer support tool, the Architectural Glass Visualiser (AGV), designed for architects and designers to visualise AGC glass products in real conditions. Rather than anticipate...
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On trend and on demand
With the German and Dutch businesses well established, OnLevel was launched in the UK in February by glass industry professional Gary Dean, who explains that central to OnLevel’s success in...
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