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

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 NorthGlass 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 efficiencies at the plant.

“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. Plus, our new location just off Interstate 64 offers easy access to our growing customer base and allows us to provide precision glass tempering and fabrication services to more businesses throughout the greater Ohio River Valley,” says president and CEO Cameron Moag.

In conjunction with the new facility opening, the company also launched a new website.