Glass Canada

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Welcome to the Glass Canada Buyers Guide for 2010.

January 11, 2010  By Mike Davey

Welcome to the Glass Canada Buyers Guide for 2010. This directory features manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of the many different products, tools and machinery available for the production and installation of glass.

You can think of this issue as your personal phone book for Canada’s glass industry. We are proud to say that it’s the only such directory in existence.

The Glass Canada Buyers Guide really does provide you with total transparency. Using our guide, you can quickly and easily locate the product you want, and a choice of suppliers.

All items are listed alphabetically, under either Architectural Glass and Metal or Automotive Glass. Included in those two master categories are numerous subcategories. From doors and hardware to window profiles and styles, those of you on the architectural side of the business will find what you need in this one-of-a-kind guide. For those involved in the automotive glass industry, we’ve compiled a wide array of top products and suppliers, running the gamut from backlites, rear-sliders and scratch removal systems all the way to windshield repair and
complete replacement.


Pick one of the suppliers listed, and turn to the appropriate entry in the Industry Suppliers directory. You’ll find complete contact information for that company, including address, telephone and fax numbers, and website.

However, the Glass Canada Buyers Guide doesn’t end with products and suppliers. You’ll also find a comprehensive listing of professional associations for every aspect of the Canadian glass industry.
Associations are the single best way to connect with others who share your concerns, challenges, and opportunities.

You can’t make the right decisions without the right information. We live in a data-rich society, where virtually any information you could possibly desire is literally at your fingertips. All too often, this turns out to be a surplus of riches. How to find the information you’re actually seeking is the challenge we now find ourselves facing, and it is a challenge faced by all sectors.

That’s a big part of the reason we created the Glass Canada Buyers Guide. Sure, it be would be possible to dig out all of this information yourself. But having it listed all in one easily accessible place is a convenience for glass professionals.

From glazing contractors to fabricators and designers, our guide provides a quick and easy-to-use reference to who sells what in the Canadian glass industry. It’s information at your fingertips, whether you’re in the shop or on the job site.

There’s also an online version, accessible through All entries are clearly categorized and marked, making it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for.
We would like to thank all of the companies and individuals who supplied the information needed to make our publication the great guide that it is. Without their help, it simply wouldn’t have been possible.

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