DOT Issues 12 New Numbers to U.S., International Companies

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently awarded 11 new DOT numbers to companies.

DOT No. 1049 was awarded to Shiyan Guanda Auto Parts in Shiyan Hubei, China. The company exports glasswork, according to the Chinese government.

No. 1050 was issued to Peraves AG of Uster, Switzerland, also known as MonoTracer. The company manufactures cabin motorcycles, which enclose drivers in glass fully.

Turkish company Interglass Oto Cam received DOT No. 1051.  The company supplies laminated glass to automobiles, according to its website.

Meolo Ve, Italy-based Sfera S.R.L. received DOT No. 1052 for its curved glass manufacturing.

DOT. No. 1053 was given to Lima, Peru-based Canovas SAC, which manufactures architectural and curved glass, according to its website.

No. 1054 went to automotive glass manufacturer Shenzhen Yingdong, based in China.

DOT No. 1055 was given to the U.S.-based Tweddell’s. Located in Santa Ana, Calif., the company fabricates all types of glass, including armored windows for automobiles.

Russia-based Automotive Glass Alliance received DOT No. 1056. The company is a subsidiary of Istanbul-based glass manufacturer Sisecam.

DOT No. 1057 went to another Chinese company, Longkou City Longfa Industry and Trade Co.

Tanjin Hongde Auto Glass was the recipient of DOT No. 1058. The company is part of the Fuyao Group.

Dot No. 1059 went to another Peruvian company, Apple Glass Peruna. The company manufactures a variety of glass products as well as seats for busses.

Dot No. 1060 was awarded to Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions of New Berlin, Wisc. The company provides glass for its customers in the U.S. and Canada.

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