Alumco to use DuPont glass technology

Date: 15 February 2012
DuPont Glass Laminating Solutions has licensed its high-definition, decorative laminated safety glass technology to Dubai-based Alumco, a market leader in the aluminum façade industry.

The agreement allows Alumco to produce and distribute DuPont SentryGlas Expressions digital interlayer glass to meet growing demand for custom designed imagery and aesthetics in laminated glass.

Alumco was chosen by DuPont Glass Laminating Solutions to help expand the use of SentryGlas Expressions through its decorative market access and its reputation for high-quality laminating.

Both the printing and the lamination of the polyvinyl butyral (PVB) decorative interlayer will be done in its facility, providing a faster, efficient response to customer needs.

“In response to growing demand for innovative ways to combine safety and aesthetics in buildings, we are licensing trusted, quality oriented partners to provide our decorative interlayer technology to architects, designers, builders and contractors," said Valerie A Aunet, global marketing manager for DuPont SentryGlas Expressions.

“By increasing our collaboration and cooperation with important customers, such as Alumco, we can continue to deliver the high-quality imagery and design textures of SentryGlas Expressions to unique projects around the world.” – TradeArabia News Service

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Date: 15 February 2012

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