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Advanced Performance Glass’ High Tech Solution

Jul 14, 2016

Advanced Performance Glass (APG) has been a trusted source for custom glass design and installation for over 25 years. This family-owned company prides itself on building relationships with customers by emphasizing quality, implementing cost effective processes and utilizing the latest technology and materials available. You may recognize some of their work at Goodwin College, the Hartford Hospital Skybridge and the new Werth Family Uconn Basketball Champions Center.

When Advanced Performance Glass required additional equipment to continue to deliver this promise they reached out to Savings Institute Bank & Trust’s Bill Anderson to discuss their options. The bank was able to meet APG’s unique needs with an equipment leasing solution.

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From Left to Right: Thomas Rooke, President/Co-Owner, Advanced Performance Glass; Bill Anderson, Commercial Lender, Savings Institute Bank & Trust, Gary Rooke, Vice President, Co-Owner, Advanced Performance Glass.

“Bill was able to work with us to understand our funding requirements and come up with a solution that would work well for us. Our new state-of-the-art saw allows us to increase the efficiency of the shop and continue to provide quality products to our customers,” stated Thomas Rooke, President, and co-owner of APG.

Savings Institute Bank & Trust is proud to have been able to assist Advanced Performance Glass with its equipment financing needs, and we’d love to help you, too. Are you looking to add much-needed equipment to your operation? We’re here to help. To learn more, please contact Bill Anderson at 860-465-7556 or by email.

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Bill Anderson provides term loans, lines of credit, commercial mortgages and leasing options to businesses throughout CT. With more than 25 years of banking experience, Bill brings significant experience to his customers. He was named “New Leader in Banking” for 2012 by the Connecticut Banker’s Association. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from UCONN and an MBA in Bank Management from Fairfield University.