Grey Mountain Partners Acquires Assets of North American Specialty Glass

Grey Mountain Partners (“Grey Mountain”) has acquired the assets of North American Specialty Glass (“NASG”) out of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

Headquartered in Trumbauersville, Pennsylvania, NASG is one of the largest safety and security glass producers in the United States, serving customers worldwide with high-performance transparency systems for transportation, architectural, military and other specialty end-use applications. Additionally, NASG is an industry leader in the development of glass and polycarbonate laminate technology.


600450 Grey Mountain Partners Acquires Assets of North American Specialty Glass
Date: 22 October 2012

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