76th Conference on Glass Problems

Welcome to the 76th Conference on Glass Problems (GPC), a content-rich, technically oriented conference, designed as a high-value resource for the glass manufacturing industry professional.

The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council, in partnership with Alfred University, co-organize the conference, with programming direction provided by an industry advisory board.As a result, GPC offers a wealth of resources. Technical sessions are designed to cite real world data from manufacturers and solutions providers. Additional resources are available, such as our popular short courses, this year in operations, combustion, and fracturing. A symposium on Forming in Glass Manufacturing makes use of an entire day to examine the critical processes and latest technologies in depth.

You will find the most extensive platform for glass manufacturing industry networking and exhibiting in North America, with extensive vendor booths, hospitality salons, hospitality booths, and social events.

The Conference on Glass Problems is organized by the glass manufacturing industry for the glass manufacturing professional seeking a wealth of high-value resources in one event. Welcome to the 76th Conference on Glass Problems.

Read the Conference Guide here.

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