Chris Boyle and Tim Gregor to Head Glass Mechanixs
New Scratch Mechanix Division
October 1, 2009
Glass Mechanix announced that Chris Boyle and Tim Gregor will head
its new Scratch Mechanix division.
Chris and Tim have been instrumental in the research and
development of the worlds most-used glass restoration techniques
and systems, says Mike Boyle, president of Glass Mechanix.
Having them as the core members of our Scratch Mechanix team
will benefit our clients from the job evaluation stage all the way
to the professional completion of any restoration job.
Chris Boyle has more than nine years experience restoring architectural
and automotive glass. For the last several years he has held positions
in the glass industry including head trainer and product designer
for GlasWeld Systems. He has traveled around the world training
and consulting with companies and projects on how to best handle
Tim Gregor founded his own independent glass restoration company
eight years ago and has successfully completed large-scale repair
work all over North America. He has extensive experience removing
glass damage ranging from water spots, scratches, acid stain, chemical
burns and more from all types of glass.
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