Glaspro continues to expand business into automotive

Date: 23 April 2002
Source: Glaspro
Adding to its list of innovative, custom-design glass projects, Glaspro Inc., the West Coast’s designer and manufacturer of custom-design glass, announced it recently completed several projects spanning the automotive, transportation, hotel and retail industries.

These projects mark Glaspro’s continued expansion into new industries and applications.

Leveraging its unparalleled manufacturing capabilities, Glaspro created custom-design windshields for Corbin Motors’ specialty automotive products; windows for the air traffic control tower at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport.

Colorpro, Glaspro’s Decorative Division, custom-designed laminated glass panels for the West Coast newest boutique hotel, the Viceroy Hotel Santa Monica; and created a retail display case for Vertu, a new Nokia company dedicated to mobile communication solutions.

The Sparrow by Corbin Motors
Glaspro produced custom-design windshields for the Sparrow, a single seat, three wheeled electric vehicle (EV) designed as a supplemental commuter car for inner-city drivers. The windshields for the Corbin Motors vehicle are Glaspro’s first foray into the specialty automotive industry.

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