PGW Auto Glass Goes into Auto Glass Week with Momentum

PGW Auto Glass is at Auto Glass Week September 20-22 in booth #225 discussing how its growth over the last ten months benefits its customers and the market. From late 2022 to summer 2023, PGW Auto Glass has completed three acquisitions in the auto glass industry, including Duncan Systems Truck Glass Division assets, Auto Glass Direct and American Glass Distributors. With plans to continue growth into the future, PGW Auto Glass is also on the path to elevate its technology by leveraging calibration tools that will make a difference in safety, durability and ease of use for installers across the U.S. and Canada.

Technology in advanced driver-assistance systems is moving forward at a rapid pace, and PGW Auto Glass has made significant investments in its technology to ensure customers that its replacement windshields match OEM windshield technology.

“Auto Glass Week is always a highlight of our year and we’re excited to connect with industry leaders and partners that support our philosophy of offering the right tools to get the right part for the right fit,” said Tim Glover, senior vice president of sales for PGW Auto Glass. “We have had a great year so far and anticipate nothing less in the future. As we continue to pursue excellence in replacement auto glass, we will continue to deliver for our customers via our more than 130 locations to better serve our installation community.”

PGW’s calibration partner Autel will be at the show, and its supplier partners including GT Tools, Burco and Delta have contributions in the PGW Auto Glass booth. Visitors can connect with these key contributors to the latest advancements in technology for replacement windshields.

PGW Auto Glass serves its OEM dealerships, collision repair shops and automotive glass installers with 130 locations nationwide providing the best quality, customer service and inventory available. PGW Auto Glass is committed to its customers, which is why PGW Auto Glass has been an industry leader for more than 100 years.

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