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Carl Tompkins, retired strategic manager at Sika Corporation, held an educational session that he referred to as a quest for success during this year’s Auto Glass Week Morning Coffee With… series. He said the reason for the quest was to … Continue reading
Auto glass professionals began their journey through Auto Glass Week™ on the first day of the conference today. Guests and participants could take advantage of seminars and added programs like Morning Coffee with Carl Tompkins. Morning Coffee with Carl Tompkins … Continue reading
This year, Auto Glass Week presents a series of early morning, informal sessions called “Morning Coffee with” designed for all, but with a special focus on owners and managers who have been in the auto glass business for less than … Continue reading
During the opening session at Auto Glass Week™ today in Baltimore, David Rohlfing, vice president of the Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC), honored two long-time industry veterans with awards. Jean Pero, sales manager for Mygrant Glass, received the Carl F. … Continue reading
Sika Corp. has promoted Carl Tompkins to national sales manager of flat glass, effective January 2, 2015. He previously served as global automotive glass replacement strategic marketing manager and western region manager for aftermarket. In his new role, Tompkins will manage the U.S. strategy, execution and growth targets of Sika Target Market Industry in the flat glass segment, according to officials. Continue reading
As temperatures plummeted to 40-below with the wind chill factor in Indiana, many businesses were shuttered Monday, including automotive glass shops. Much of the state is under a red travel emergency level, meaning the only traffic permitted on the roads is emergency vehicles and residents who are seeking shelter. In other parts of the country facing frigid temperatures, such as Minneapolis, Minn., and Detroit, many automotive glass companies opened as usual Monday. Continue reading