PGW Auto Glass Gets a New Look to Highlight Software Service

PGW Auto Glass has announced a rebrand following its launch of the “Everything Autoglass” software service. The rebrand includes a new logo.

PGW distributes automotive replacement glass, specialty parts, shop accessories and digital services. The company is based in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, and has over 130 distribution branches across North America.

On March 4, PGW officially launched Everything Autoglass following the company’s acquisition of AutoglassCRM’s assets. Everything Autoglass is a VIN decoding and point-of-sale software service.

PGW’s new logo includes both its name and Everything Autoglass’ name. CEO Todd Fencak said this rebranding aligns with PGW’s company goals and values.

PGW's COO Bill Marshall, CEO Todd Fencak, CFO Eric Andres and senior VP of sales Tim Glover (from left to right) display the company's new logo.

PGW’s COO Bill Marshall, CEO Todd Fencak, CFO Eric Andres and senior VP of sales Tim Glover (from left to right) display the company’s new logo.

“As PGW continues to evolve and offer additional products and services to our current client base and beyond, the new branding serves as an extension of our hard work to transform into a technology company,” he said.

PGW’s senior vice president of sales, Tim Glover, says Everything Autoglass plays a crucial role in PGW’s rebranding for a good reason.

“Everything Autoglass is central to our rebranding because it signifies a fundamental change for PGW as we transition from being a mere distributor to a comprehensive logistics and technology company,” he said. “This strategic shift is pivotal as we endeavor to furnish our customers with the essential products and services they require for success.”

PGW introduced the rebrand at its annual national manager meeting. The company also presented several awards at the meeting, including seven Special Recognition Awards to employees for their roles in the American Glass Distributors and Auto Glass Direct acquisitions and subsequent integrations. PGW also presented awards to managers originally from American Glass Distributors for their good work in the midst of a transition.

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