Edgetech's Mike Hovan and Larry Johnson recognised in USGlass magazine 50 Most Influential People 2008

Date: 25 October 2008
Source: Edgetech
With a circulation of 33,000, the leading North American glazing magazine USGlass has published its 50 Most Influential People in the glass industry.

Consisting of those who are recognised for 'shaping the industry', Edgetech is delighted to have two of its senior team acknowledged in this list: Mike Hovan, President, and Larry Johnson, Executive Vice President.

Andy Jones, European Managing Director congratulates his US colleagues: "Both Mike and Larry are known globally for the impact they have had on the warm edge technology sector and glazing in general. This acknowledgement is a fantastic third party endorsement of the great work they do. Mike has been involved in fenestration since 1993, becoming President of Edgetech in 2000. In 2006, he accepted the State of Ohio's 'Exporter of the Year Award' and was named Cambridge Ohio's Person of the Year for his ongoing services to the community. In the industry since 1982, Larry who holds many design and product patents, was appointed Executive Vice President of Edgetech in 2002. At a time when competition is heating up with new companies trying to break into the warm edge sector, awards like these underline why Edgetech driven by such a strong and credible team is still the original and best."

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Date: 25 October 2008
Source: Edgetech

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