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AGSC seeing interest from overseas

May 14, 2012  By Auto Glass Safety Council

The Auto Glass Safety Council has seen growth in recent months in interest in
implementing the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standard beyond
North America. “In every instance those reaching out to the AGSC have told us that
AGRSS stood out as the single best mechanism to introduce validations
to their nations to greatly improve installation safety,” says David
Rohlfing, AGSC vice-president. “One representative said, ‘Basically
no one understands how important a windscreen is to the structural
integrity of the vehicle and therefore how important correct
installation is. We want to highlight this and hopefully they will have
no option but to pay attention.’”

The AGSC is working closely with those who’ve reached out to the
organization looking for help in implementing the standard in their
respective countries, according to Rohlfing. “We look forward to the
prospect of the Standard being used by those auto glass repair and
replacement companies and/or associations who have a keen interest in
elevating safe installations for consumers by using AGRSS,” he
says. “The AGSC would be happy to work with any company or organization
from any country that has an interest in utilizing AGRSS to promote
safe installations.”

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