Absolute Glass Protection Inc. Releases Additional Information Regarding the Automated Dry Lamination Process

Absolute Glass Protection Inc. of Las Vegas, announced on Oct. 20, 2004, that the company was going to provide additional information regarding their unique Automated Dry Lamination Equipment Division.

The company's Automated Dry Lamination Equipment Division process was specifically designed and organized to facilitate and process large volumes of glass. Offering and supplying larger volumes via this process could greatly enhance the sales revenues for Absolute Glass Protection Inc. The company is now actively seeking an alliance or joint venture relationship within the Gulf Coast region to set up an additional Automated Dry Lamination Equipment Division. In addition, the company is now offering exclusive licensing arrangements for their Automated Dry Lamination Equipment in major market territories within the United States and internationally. Any new licensing arrangements for this specialty equipment will be separate from the company's ongoing local dealership product sales and installation divisions.

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Date: 15 November 2004
Source: Businesswire.com

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