Founded in 1984 by John and Mary McGrory, McGrory Glass is still family owned and operated.
We’ve expanded quite a bit over 34 years but we still function as a family unit: We don’t always agree, but we communicate openly and work through our differences. We conduct business with full transparency and strive to improve every day. The McGrory team truly believes in working for the greater good.
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In February of 2017, McGrory Glass acquired Imaging Sciences, LLC, an internationally known leader in graphic & decorative film production, and now goes by McGrory Digital Collection.
McGrory Digital Collection, based out of Willoughby, Ohio, produces unique and high quality decorative glass interlayers and custom decorative window films. The combination of McGrory and Imaging Sciences, now known as McGrory Digital Collection, will provide our customer base with the very best graphic solutions, and is not only beneficial to both companies, but the decorative glass industry as a whole.
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We are proud to be one of the nation’s largest independent glass fabricators and distributors.
Our perspective is that McGrory Glass is powered by relationships and collaboration with our clients, suppliers, and installers. There is no better place to start this collaboration than with a tour of our showroom and manufacturing facility outside of Philadelphia. We’d love to show you through the plant, explain the process for making different types of products, and let you explore our inspirational showroom, which features hundreds of samples.
Contact us to schedule a visit.
On June 4, 2012, we stepped off the grid.
It was a milestone day for our company; we flipped the switch on 2,782 American-made solar panels on the roof of our 108,000-square-foot, Paulsboro, New Jersey plant. These panels produce more than enough power to run our plant, so we are a net-zero energy-consumption operation.
We’re extremely proud of this, but that’s not the end of our commitment to sustainability. We reuse our pallets, recycle our glass remnants, and partner with some of the most environmentally friendly glass factories in Europe. It’s important to us to help create jobs and a healthier planet.