Glass Factory May Expand

Employees at Clarksburg's Eagle Glass learned Thursday they are under new ownership that hopes to expand in the furture. Employees at a long time Clarksburg glass company got a surprise at lunch Thursday, the company's been sold.

A Swiss company called "EuropTec Group" has taken over Eagle Glass. EuropTec says it will use the Clarksburg location as its U.S. headquarters. It plans to bring in new technology and machines and possibly to expand in the future. It says no one here will lose his job and that it may create new jobs.

EuropTec's president says he's been watching Eagle for a while.

In its past Eagle Glass has overcome bankruptcy ...and a damaging fire.

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