PG Glass CEO denies claims of industry collusion
PG Glass CEO Charles Bromley has denied allegations of collusion and says his fitment company will cooperate fully with the Competition Commission.
The commission is probing claims of collusion between glass repair companies, PG Glass, Glasfit, Shatterprufe and Digicall.
The commission conducted a raid at the companies' premises on Wednesday as a part of its ongoing investigation.
The Competition Commission was very professional and diligent. We worked closely with them and will be as cooperative as possible to resolve this issue.Charles Bromley, PG Glass CEO
According to the commission's Themba Bonakele, the companies allegedly fixed the prices submitted to insurance providers and have suspicious supply chain relationships.
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