Glass manufacturers and wholesalers - including suppliers of equipment, services and technology associated with the manufacture and conversion of glass - and manufacturers and converters of aluminium products and services related to glass application will be participating, as well as many renowned international producers of glass processing machinery – machinery often seen for the first time on this continent.
Much focus is around residential and commercial Energy Efficient window and door systems, which is of great interest to Architects, Quantity Surveyors and Property Developers, as well as the rapid growth in demand for laminated safety glass and the role of double-glazing – an advantage for energy-saving, safety and cost saving.
Glass Expo Africa is expected to enjoy substantial growth in 2012 based on its success, support and popularity since its launch in 2008. To accommodate this growth, the show has been moved to a larger hall.
The exhibitor profile covers a broad spectrum of products and services: Suppliers of equipment, services and technology associated with the manufacture and conversion of glass and aluminium * Manufacturers, fabricators and installers of glass across residential and commercial * Manufacturers and converters of aluminium products and services, typically related to any glass applications found in the building and construction
field * Manufacturers, fabricators and installers of aluminium * Manufacturers, distributors and installers of all automotive glass.
The visitor profile will include decision makers in all areas of building and construction, such as: Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Property Developers, Buyers and Specifiers, Engineers, Interior Decorators, Glaziers, Manufacturers of aluminium window products, Building Contractors and sub-contractors, Furniture Trade, Shower industry, Automotive industry, Insurance industry, Consumers wanting to know more about the industry.
Glass Expo Africa has the full support and assistance of the Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA), South African Glass & Glazing Association (SAGGA) and the South African Glass Institute (SAGI).
20m² and smaller: a PACKAGED stand is compulsory for all stands 20m² and smaller.
Package includes – Shell scheme with company name on fascia board (no logo), 1 x 220 V plug point (shared power), 1x double tube fluorescent light, carpets, stand cleaning and a listing in The Star newspaper. 21m² and larger: available inside halls or outside space, with compulsory listing in The Star at set cost.