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CIP logo 4 - CertainTeedA few years ago, the U.S. housing bubble burst and the construction industry tanked, which was challenging for every business in that sector. Valley Forge, Pennsylvania-based building-products manufacturer CertainTeed Corporation found itself at a crossroads. A subsidiary of Saint-Gobain, a global manufacturer with around 200,000 employees worldwide, the company faced a crucial decision: How could it continue selling in a distressed market while ensuring that its receivables would continue to be paid?

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