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TechnaGlass Acquires Precision Auto Glass

March 07, 2016 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of TechnaGlass.
Photo courtesy of TechnaGlass.

TechnaGlass, a Utah-based regional leader in the automotive glass repair and replacement industry, announced the acquisition of Precision Auto Glass in Clackamas, Ore.

Precision Auto Glass serves both large commercial accounts and retail consumers. Customers include fleet services companies, municipalities and school districts in the greater Portland area.

The expansion of TechnaGlass into the Portland‐Vancouver market allows continued growth into the Pacific Northwest, the company said. TechnaGlass will retain all Precision Auto Glass employees and operate out of Clackamas.

TechnaGlass provides auto glass repair and replacement services in more than eight states and 36 retail locations. TechnaGlass has serviced more than 2 million customers since its inception more than 25 years ago.

“We are excited to expand our TechnaGlass brand to the Northwest and look forward to serving Precision Auto Glass’ loyal customers and commercial accounts while making operational investments to grow and expand in this market,” said Troy Mason, president of TechnaGlass.

“I have complete confidence that TechnaGlass will provide a passion for pleasing its customers and will be a great home for our Precision employees,” said John Carey, former owner of Precision Auto Glass.

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