Plant manager Ray Yee talks about the end of the glass-making process next to stacks of large sheets of glass – mainly used for windows. The Fresno glass-making plant is one of several PPG Industries plants sold to Mexican glass company Vitro, following the closure of a $750 million sale on Monday.
Plant manager Ray Yee talks about the end of the glass-making process next to stacks of large sheets of glass – mainly used for windows. The Fresno glass-making plant is one of several PPG Industries plants sold to Mexican glass company Vitro, following the closure of a $750 million sale on Monday. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Plant manager Ray Yee talks about the end of the glass-making process next to stacks of large sheets of glass – mainly used for windows. The Fresno glass-making plant is one of several PPG Industries plants sold to Mexican glass company Vitro, following the closure of a $750 million sale on Monday. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

Fresno glass factory now belongs to Mexico-based Vitro

October 03, 2016 1:48 PM

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