News Pulse September/October 2019

August 6th, 2021 by Nathan Hobbs

What were WindowFilmMag.com’s top stories since our last issue? Here are the hottest topics in the industry:

1 XPEL Is Listed On NASDAQ

XPEL Inc. (XPEL), announced its stock will begin trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market (NASDAQ). The company released a statement confirming its registration statement on Form 10 has been declared effective by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The company’s stock will be traded under the symbol “XPEL,” according to the company’s statement.

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2 New Standard Revisions Part of OSHA’s Plan for Improvement

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updated several regulations that went into effect. Its purpose is to clarify and adjust standards that may be confusing, outdated or unnecessary.

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3 Predictive Indexing Software Helps Make Hiring Decisions

The window film industry has the constant challenge of finding and keeping quality employees for businesses, but what if a software program could help you make better hiring decisions? One window film company has purchased a license to use a predictive indexing (PI) software to aid it in finding the right fit for potential hires as well as seeing where its current employees would excel. AP Corp CEO, Bill Valway said the company has found success since using it.

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4 New Jobs with Grand Opening

Solar Gard announced its longtime partners’ official opening of The Tint Shop, an automotive and architectural window film installation facility in Madera, Calif. The new facility is located at 107 Cypress Street.

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5 The Importance of Sharing the Story

A blog from Micky Calcott made it into the top five this month … Micky described his pride in The Window Film Company’s role in the local community and how he is always receptive to suggestions and ideas that help provide added value or assistance to individuals or organizations.

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