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$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh Glass Works, LLC is a $1 billion company formed from a divestiture of PPG Industries, Inc in 2008 with headquarters at 30 Isabella St, Suite 500, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. With over 4000 associates operating three major business units and corporate. PGW is a leader in the OEM glass business as a global manufacturer of automotive glass products working with all of the major car manufacturers and produces windshields, rear and side windows, sunroofs and assemblies. It has 13 manufacturing locations currently in U.S., Canada, and Poland. It is a leader in automotive glass technology and has recently built two new manufacturing facilities Poland and Elkin, NC. The 2017 Q1 acquisition of PGW by Vitro signifies an exciting advancement in PGW's future and the OEM automotive glass industry overall. Vitro has a proud legacy and positive reputation in the glass industry dating back to 1909. The PGW acquisition by Vitro, coupled with Vitro's recent acquisition of PPG Flat Glass, will provide opportunities for continued investment, resources and scale to pursue the next phase of our exciting growth strategy. Any additional information can be obtained through visiting the PGW web site at www.pgwglass.com. Pittsburgh Glass Works manufactures and supplies automotive glass products. Gts Services, LLC was founded in 2009. The company's line of business includes the retail sale of computers, computer peripheral equipment, and software. This company offers automotive glass fabrication. Pittsburgh Glass Works (PGW, formerly PPG Auto Glass) has your car's windshield covered. The company manufactures automotive OEM and replacement glass products, such as windshields, rear and side windows, sunroofs, and assemblies to automakers, including Daimler. Its Safe & Sound laminated glass provides enhanced protection against the sun, intrusion, and noise, while its Weathermaster heated windshield is capable of melting ice and snow. Additionally, PGW subsidiaries offer consumer products, such as rain repellants (Aquapel), auto glass insurance (LYNX Services), and software and online marketing services for the auto glass industry (GTS). PGW is controlled by investment firm Kohlberg & Company.


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