AG&C Joins The Australian Glass and Glazing Association

AGGA are delighted to welcome new national member, Architectural Glass & Cladding Pty Ltd. A Tweed Heads, NSW based facade group, AGC is a supplier of high quality bespoke architectural high performance glass and metal cladding products.

Supplying the building and construction industry both nationally and throughout South East Asia, AGC are widely recognised for their unique glass solutions and superior daylighting and sunshade products.

Paul Nipperess, AG&C’s Sales & Marketing Manager says “Throughout our large network of partnerships offering world leading technology and production capabilities; to provide façade solutions to many unique projects, we often find we are a rich source of knowledge for consultants and architects working on projects that require superior façade performance.

We are proud of our long-standing reputation in being a valuable partner on many landmark projects, and we are also excited to be working more closely with the AGGA at a national level and also to extend our support where necessary to guide and influence a sustainable and vibrant glass and glazing industry going forward.”

AGGA CEO, Warren Overton is looking forward to working with AGC in the future. “Their contribution at a national level will be invaluable, especially given our initiatives and programs currently being rolled out. The AGGA extend a warm welcome to AGC and their team.

600450 AG&C Joins The Australian Glass and Glazing Association
Date: 31 August 2016
Source: AGC Products

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