For the first time ever, glass industry Internet explorers will have the opportunity
to watch a new glass plant be built from the ground up. Craftsman Fabricated Glass
Ltd. and Key Communications Inc., producers of glass.com and USGNN have teamed
up to create a web exclusive.
Starting Monday, March 28, 2005, Internet viewers can visit www.glass.com on
the architectural glass site and click directly on the link, "Watch A Glass
Plant Being Built." This link will direct viewers to an informational page
giving the background and explanation of Craftsman's new plant.
The information site will then link directly to the webcam, which refreshes
the images every three seconds for a continual play-by-play of activity. The link
will be live and running 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Viewers can tap in
at any point of the day to see the latest progress.
USGNN, the online service to bring daily glass industry newsletters to online
subscribers as well as postings of daily occurrences at www.usgnn.com, is proud
to also support this event. A first for USGNN, the website looks forward to bringing
additional multi-media opportunities for others in the near future.
Founded more than 20 years ago, Craftsman is comprised of seven divisions that
supply product to the glazing industry. A certified fabricator of PPG's Solarban
products as well as Guardian's low-E glass, Craftsman is pleased to announce this
115,000 square foot addition. For more information visit www.craftsmanfab.com.
Key Communications Inc. is publisher of USGlass, Door & Window Manufacturer,
AGRR, SHELTER, WINDOW FILM, Architects' Guide to Glass and Mold & Moisture
Management magazines. Founded in 1991, Key has brought the related industries
new services and products annually including websites such as glass.com, glassbytes.com
and usgnn.com. For more information visit www.glass.com.