Five New DOT Numbers Awarded to U.S. Companies

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently awarded five new DOT numbers to companies based in the United States.

DOT Number 1027 was awarded to Aero-Marine, doing business as AM Hot Rod Glass, which is based in Fontana, Calif. The company launched an all acrylic windshields’ product line at the 2012 SEMA Show, according to its website.

DOT Number 1028 was awarded to Custom Glass Solution Millbury Corp. and Custom Glass Solution Upper Sandusky Corp. The companies are a part of Guardian’s Custom Glass Solutions group, which is based in Ohio. The group was formed to meet the glass needs of diverse transportation segments such as commercial and public transportation, construction and agriculture, safety and protection, lifestyle vehicles and more, according to Guardian’s website.

Handed DOT Number 1029 was Consolidated Glass and Mirror Corp., which is based in Galax, Va. Guardian acquired Consolidated Glass & Mirror in 1992, according to the company’s website.

DOT Number 1030 went to Guardian Industries Corp., based in Corsicana, Texas. Guardian is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of float glass and fabricated glass products, according to its website.

DOT Number 1031 was given to Continental Mirrored Graphic (CMG) of Elkhart, Ind.

“CMG is committed to ongoing technology to service a variety of industries. Whether it is in the form of a unique one up part to truck load quantities we can deliver per your request. It starts with stocking a large selection of glass both flat and patterned that can then be silvered, antiqued and cultured in house. … Parts can then be sent to any number of work stations to be CNC pattern cut, beveled, v-grooved, edged, drilled, printed, camed, framed and safety treated,” according to the company’ s website.

The™/AGRR™ magazine DOT Search Number Tool has been updated with these latest additions.

DOT Search Number Tool users also can receive an email when the tool is updated.

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