Glass/Glass Laminates (29)
Suppliers of glass and glass laminates used to manufacture automotive components.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
AFG Industries, Inc. in Kingsport, Tennessee.
A supplier of automotive glass including tinted, tempered, safety and clear-float glass.
AGC Automotive Americas Company in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
A supplier of automotive laminated and tempered glass.
AGC Automotive Canada, Inc. in Bradford, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive glass.
AGC Glass Company North America in Richmond, Kentucky.
A supplier of automotive glass.
Auto Temp, Inc. in Batavia, Ohio.
Products include tempered curved and flat glass.
Belletech Corporation in Bellefontaine, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive glass assemblies, component subassemblies, and plastic injection molded parts.
Carlex Glass America, LLC in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of glass systems including windshields, rain & light sensors, glass window sliders, side glass, backlite glass, liftgates, sunroofs, solar management glass, reflective glass, etc.
Carlex Glass America, LLC in Nashville, Tennessee.
A manufacturer of automotive glass.
Carlex Glass America, LLC in Vonore, Tennessee.
Products include automotive glass such as windshields, sunroofs, door glass, quarter windows, back windows, etc.
Cogebi, Inc. in Dover, New Hampshire.
A supplier of high temperature mica insulating materials including high temperature gasket material. Automotive applications include exhaust gasketing, heat shield insulation, catalytic convertors, and high-temperature wiring.
DAK Americas Mississippi, Inc. in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.
Services include the manufacture and marketing of polyester products such as Nylon 6, 66, and comelts. Injection molding grades include unfilled, impact modified, flame retardant, glass sphere, glass fiber, PET injection molding resins, PET fibers, plus
DuPont Automotive Systems in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of DuPont™ Suva® brand 134a automotive refrigerant as well as performance coatings, specialty fibers, specialty polymers including automotive coatings (paints), transparent sheeting for laminating safety glass, engineering polymers and fibers such as glass-reinforced nylon for air intake manifolds, aramid fibers, material for engine mounts and air springs, various seals, upholstery fabrics and resins for noise barrier applications in door panels.
FEW Automotive Glass Applications, Inc. in Wooster, Ohio.
A supplier of soldering connectors to the automotive glass industry. Application areas include windshield and backlight antenna and heating element connections.
Fosta-Tek Optics, Inc. in Leominster, Massachusetts.
Specializes in the design and manufacture of polymer-based optical components and coatings. Automotive applications include mirror coatings, anti-reflective coatings, heads-up display mirrors, instrument panel clusters, etc.
Fuyao Automotive North America, Inc. in Lake Orion, Michigan.
Fuyao Glass America in Moraine, Ohio.
An automotive glass supplier.
Fuyao North America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A glass finishing plant.
Guardian Industries Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A float glass supplier. Manufactures flat, bent, laminated and tempered glass systems.
Guardian Industries Corporation in Carleton, Michigan.
A supplier of float glass for the automotive and other industries.
Henniges Automotive North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A sealing solutions provider specializing in isolation of vehicle interior systems from outside environments to eliminate wind noise, water leaks and emission intrusion. Product areas include sealing, encapsulated glass systems and vibration control. Applications include doors, windows, trunks, liftgates, sunroofs and hoods.
Hollingsworth & Vose Company in East Walpole, Massachusetts.
Providers of products with applications in engine filtration, air and liquid filtration, battery separators, gasket materials, air bag media, and specialty and industrial nonwovens.
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
NSG Pilkington North America, Inc. in Northwood, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive glass products and glazing systems. Products include prefabricated glass and glass modules.
Pittsburgh Glass Works, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
A technical center specializing in glass embedded automotive windshield antennas as well as solar reflective windshield glass coatings.
Pittsburgh Glass Works, LLC in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Supplies automotive OEM windshields, rear and side windows, sunroofs and assemblies for auto and truck manufacturers.
Saint-Gobain Corporation in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
Manufacturers of glass, abrasives, fiber glass reinforcements, coatings, compounds, bearings, and seals.
Sekisui S-LEC America, LLC in Winchester, Kentucky.
Produces interlayer films for automotive and other laminated glass applications. Automotive application areas include windshields, roof glass, rear glass and sidelite glass.
Unifrax Corporation in Tonawanda, New York.
A manufacturer of ceramic fiber products and innovative insulating solutions including Fiberfrax® ceramic fiber, and Insulfrax® and Isofrax® soluble fiber products.