Glass Company Closes, 150 Workers Lose Jobs

Date: 1 September 2009
Source: The State
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- A South Carolina glass company that provided housing products is closing, eliminating the jobs of about 150 workers at its North Charleston operation.

The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that Coastal Glass Distributors sent a letter to customers on Tuesday saying it was closing. The company says it was unable to obtain financing to continue operations.  Company president Jack Hoey says the economy played a role in the decision of the housing product supplier. See full story here.CHARLESTON, S.C. -- A South Carolina glass company that provided housing products is closing, eliminating the jobs of about 150 workers at its North Charleston operation.
 
The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that Coastal Glass Distributors sent a letter to customers on Tuesday saying it was closing.
 
The company says it was unable to obtain financing to continue operations.
 
Company president Jack Hoey says the economy played a role in the decision of the housing product supplier.
 
See full story here.

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