Glass Canada

Salem and HHH Tempering launch joint business venture

September 24, 2015  By Glass Tempering Resources

Sept. 24, 2015 – Company Presidents Mike Willard (Salem Glass) and Mike Synon (HHH Tempering) have announced their respective companies are partnering to offer comprehensive glass services—independent of their unique brands—through the joint venture Glass Tempering Resources. This entity will serve the glass industry with new and refurbished tempering lines and other refurbished equipment. Additionally, Glass Tempering Resources will offer Master Service Agreements for all tempering brands.

“Currently, there are no firms in the glass machinery arena that have a broad sales team covering both the United States (U.S.) and Canada, and the technical expertise to service any tempering brand. The formation of Glass Tempering Resources fulfills that void,” Mike Willard explains.

Mike Synon adds, “This venture truly provides much needed service as some of our industries best maintenance personnel retire and companies reduce the size of their current maintenance staff. Glass Tempering Resources is a costeffective solution to keep their equipment running in top condition.”

Glass Tempering Resources features the world’s most popular tempering line from North Glass Tempering. North Glass has sold the highest number of tempering systems in the global market. Salem will offer complete sales support, while HHH will provide U.S.-based services including installation, postsales technical support, parts inventory and 24-hour service agreements. “Our customers no longer have to wait for overseas service. Instead, our technical staff is available 24/7 to get our customers up and running as quickly as possible. Our industry is focused on machine uptime and we are driven to achieve that goal for our customers.”

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