AGNORA polishes partnership with trucking firm

The producer of some of the largest pieces of architectural glass in North America is about to build them even bigger.

On Thursday, Collingwood’s AGNORA and the company that transports its architectural glass products — Tottenham-based Briway Carriers — unveiled the new trailers that will be hauling the local glass plant’s product across North America.One of the trailers will allow the company to produce and ship panes up to 300 inches in length; AGNORA general manager Jeff Wilkins said the limit was 272 inches, and the extra 28 inches will make it the largest glass to be able to be transported on the continent’s highways.The company has also developed a collapsible curtain container for the trailer beds; the covering is also important to AGNORA, as it eliminates the need to tarp the glass to protect it from salt and sand, and other road debris.Read more here.The producer of some of the largest pieces of architectural glass in North America is about to build them even bigger.   

On Thursday, Collingwood’s AGNORA and the company that transports its architectural glass products — Tottenham-based Briway Carriers — unveiled the new trailers that will be hauling the local glass plant’s product across North America.

One of the trailers will allow the company to produce and ship panes up to 300 inches in length; AGNORA general manager Jeff Wilkins said the limit was 272 inches, and the extra 28 inches will make it the largest glass to be able to be transported on the continent’s highways.

The company has also developed a collapsible curtain container for the trailer beds; the covering is also important to AGNORA, as it eliminates the need to tarp the glass to protect it from salt and sand, and other road debris.

Read more here.

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Date: 29 October 2013
Source: www.theenterprisebulletin.com

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