Get your questions answered at GPAD 2024!

Date: 30 January 2024
Get your questions answered at GPAD 2024!
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Date: 30 January 2024

GPAD is a two-day event allowing fabricators to explore innovative technologies, discover the potential of automation, and ask suppliers direct questions in a conversational setting.

GPAD was founded in 2013 and NGA assumed the role of organizer in 2019, with FeneTech recognized as a “Founding Partner.” 

Hear from subject matter experts on ways to increase your efficiencies, profits and safety. Topics will include building your sales strategy when launching a new product, avoiding automation scaries, and many more. 


As your trade association, NGA provides a safe place for competitors to ask each other and your suppliers burning questions in a social, conversational setting.

We asked glass fabricators what they need now; here are program highlights:

  • How to solve your recruitment, retention and training challenges
  • How to improve your tempering and avoid costly breakages
  • How artificial intelligence will impact your company
  • How to successfully launch a new product line
  • Key considerations for integrating automated machinery
  • What to know before buying a robot
  • New ways of measuring distortion in glass

See below for the full GPAD conference schedule.

GPAD will be co-located with NGA’s Building Envelope Contractors (BEC) Conference.


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