Tempered glass manufacturer coming to Hampton

LAURA BIRD/The Globe Gazette, Catalina Tempering of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Glasswerks Inc., is opening a location in the former Winnebago Industries building in Hampton.

HAMPTON — A Los Angeles, Calif., company involved in glass tempering is coming to Franklin County.  The Franklin County Development Association announced Thursday that Catalina Tempering of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Glasswerks Inc., is expanding its operations into the former Winnebago Industries building in Hampton.  In a news release, FCDA Executive Director Karen Mitchell confirmed the company has purchased the building and will be taking the next few months to set up operations.Read more here.LAURA BIRD/The Globe Gazette, Catalina Tempering of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Glasswerks Inc., is opening a location in the former Winnebago Industries building in Hampton.

HAMPTON — A Los Angeles, Calif., company involved in glass tempering is coming to Franklin County. 

The Franklin County Development Association announced Thursday that Catalina Tempering of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Glasswerks Inc., is expanding its operations into the former Winnebago Industries building in Hampton. 

In a news release, FCDA Executive Director Karen Mitchell confirmed the company has purchased the building and will be taking the next few months to set up operations.

Read more here.

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