Moag Relocates and Expands to New 50,000 Square Foot Facility in Indiana

Indiana-based glass fabricator Moag is now fully operational in its new 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility located in Harrison County, Indiana.

The new facility is brightly lit for enhanced safety, offers increased capacity and features equipment that provides fast, precision glass fabrication, according to the company.

Machinery investments include a North-Glass Tempering Furnace from HHH Tempering Resources to provide interior and exterior tempered glass; an Intermac automated double edging machine and cutting table to automate glass processing; a Keraglass Lami 180/400 combi 4/2 for architectural glass lamination; and additional lifting equipment to increase plant efficiencies.

“We designed the new facility to expedite the glass fabrication process. From the time raw glass arrives at the loading dock until completed projects are carefully crated for delivery, we’re leveraging the building and machinery investments to push glass quality and speed to the next level,” says president and CEO Cameron Moag.

Kuraray recently presented a certificate to Glasshape for having successfully passed its qualification process for laminating SentryGlas. According to a statement from Glasshape, the process was a rigorous one that the company went through over the course of the last year.

“The significance of this is that Glasshape is the first and currently only laminator of SentryGlas in Australia and New Zealand to have achieved this, so we are extremely proud,” says Andrew Bissett, strategic business development, marketing and design manager for Glasshape.

Lippert Components Implements A+W’s Software

Indiana-based Lippert Components (LCI) selected A+W Software as its glass
processing software partner at its newest fabrication facility in Bristol, Ind. The software handles materials creation, order processing and production planning and equipment integration.

LCI employs over 9,000 team members throughout multiple plants, states and countries. A+W’s software solution will allow LCI to meet the complex, growing demands of their customers, according to Tim Widner, director of glass fabrication and technical services at Lippert.

HHH Tempering Signs Machinery Contract With Trulite

HHH Tempering Resources, a wholly owned subsidiary of Salem Distributing Co., has signed an agreement with Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions to upgrade and refurbish the fabricator’s tempering equipment.

The agreement includes tempering furnace upgrades, refurbishments and new fabrication equipment featuring the latest glass heating technology from NorthGlass. HHH was selected for its consultation and full-service technical support including installation, operator training, layout consultation and preventative maintenance, according to the company. The project stretches across multiple sites in 2020.

“We look forward to working with the Trulite team on this significant upgrade to their overall tempering capacity. The new NorthGlass technology will increase output and production speed,” says HHH president and CEO Mike Synon.

“Reliability of equipment is a fundamental element to our business strategy. We are excited to partner with HHH on this portion of our business investment. This is just one area of investment for Trulite. We look forward to our continued success and the success of our equipment supply partners,” adds Trulite CEO Kevin Yates.


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exterior metal cladding products on all Hawaiian Islands and Guam.

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