Diamond Glass acquires business assets of Smartglass International

Diamond Glass is delighted to announce that it has signed an agreement to acquire business assets from Smartglass International.

The deal sees Diamond Glass take control of both physical assets and registered trading names and trademarks of Smartglass International as well as ownership of the websites www.smartglassinternational.com and www.smartglassmedical.com.The business is not being bought as a going concern.

Pat Carolan, Managing Director of Diamond Glass, commented: “The acquisition of these assets represents and exciting opportunity for Diamond Glass. The Smartglass brand is a leader in its field and is a natural fit for us. Diamond Glass is constantly seeking ways to innovate and add value to our product offering and we see this step as a logical progression for us. We have been the sole supplier of glass for use in Smartglass for many years so we know that we can continue to deliver on the brand values of quality, service and technical excellence that Smartglass represents”.

The addition of a switchable glass offering completes the Diamond Glass product offering in this sector. It complements our walk-on, multi-ply, fire and security glass product range and offers architects and specifiers a single source for the complete range of laminated glass products.

The deal is effective immediately and will see the Smartglass brand continue to trade as a distinct entity ensuring that brand loyalty that has been generated over the past number of years is retained. For further information about this exciting addition to our product portfolio please go to www.smartglassinternational.com and for any sales enquiries please contact us at info@smartglassinternational.com.

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Date: 3 March 2014
Source: www.diamondglass.ie

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