M3 Glass Technologies Announces New Plant Manager

Date: 3 January 2011
Source: M3 Glass Technologies
M3 Glass Technologies in Irving, Texas, has announced the addition of Larry Byrd as plant manager. Larry began in the glass industry more than 30 years ago as a shipping manager for Oldcastle in Grand Prairie, Texas.

After multiple promotions, he held the assistant general manager title until 2006. Most recently, Byrd was manufacturing manager for Arch Aluminum & Glass in Ft. Worth, Texas, for four years. 

"We are excited to have Larry join our team. He brings extensive industry knowledge, a record of success and quality and an excellent reputation," says Chris Mammen, president. "He is well-respected and well-known in our industry. As a person of integrity who expects excellence of himself and his employees; he'll fit right in."

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