Glasslam N.G.I opens Bahama spacer plant

Glasslam N.G.I., Inc. CEO Stephen Howes has announced the official opening of Glasslam“s Air-Tiqht(TM) insulating glass foam spacer plant in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. According to Mr. Howes, “In…

Glasslam N.G.I., Inc. CEO Stephen Howes has announced the official opening of Glasslam“s Air-Tiqht(TM) insulating glass foam spacer plant in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. According to Mr. Howes, “In only one year we have built from scratch a plant that is second to none. It has taken others decades to do what we“ve done. We have the capacity to run hundreds of millions of feet of the finest warm edge foam spacer products in the world. We spared no expense with equipment, and our policy of only installing the world“s best delayed us a bit, but it was well worth it. I promise to personally work twice as hard during the next year to become the supplier of choice for the finest possible spacer products. It“s not just business, it“s a passion now”. The company has begun providing samples and taking orders and plans to sell its products worldwide from the Freeport facility. Additional capacity and locations are also being planned and developed. Glasslam has announced a ramp-up schedule in production that will steadily increase its product line to fill virtually any insulating glass manufacturing requirement. First in the sequence is Air-Tiqht(TM) the Generic, soon followed by Air-Tiqht(TM) Smart Edqe(TM) (with a pre-applied hot melt butyl) and Sudden Impact(TM) (an IG system providing hurricane impact glass with only two pieces of glass). Glasslam, based in Pompano Beach, Florida is a world leader in laminated glass technology and quality window components.