GlassBuild America 2013

Now in its 11th year, GlassBuild America is the gathering place for the entire glass, window and door industries in North America.

Organized by the National Glass Association (NGA), which has produced meetings and trade shows for over 50 years, GlassBuild America offers a comprehensive and united audience.This year, Italy's GIMAV - Association of Italian Manufacturers and Supplier of Machinery, equipment and special products for glass processing will be exhibiting together with our Machines Italia / Italian Trade Commission Atlanta Office in booth 935.Over 25 Italian Companies will be exhibiting at this year's show, for which you may see the current listing here:About the ShowThe Show Floor at GlassBuild America is over 110,000 net square feet of exhibit space!  This show floor is the central showcase for glass processing equipment, window and door manufacturing equipment, and the latest technologies for all types of glass and fenestration products in North America.In addition, the show floor is home to the Innovations Pavilion which showcases cutting-edge technologies and other groundbreaking advances from across the glass industry, ranging from energy conservation to design innovations and the latest “green” products.World class seminars and educational programs offered daily, address the unique concerns of the glass window and door industries providing insight into emerging technologies, industry trends and market updates. Action packed show floor demonstrations simulate the effect of hurricane debris on non-impact and impact resistant glass.

NGA has secured show partnerships with American Architectural Manufacturers Association, Glass Association of North America, Insulating Glass Manufactures Alliance and the Bath Enclosures Manufacturers Association to attract a variety of industry segments.

Who Exhibits?

In the past three years there has been an average of 423 exhibiting companies at GlassBuild America. Exhibiting companies cover the broad spectrum of manufacturing, distributing, fabricating, retailing and dealing flat glass and residential windows and doors.

Who Attends?

GlassBuild America attracts participants from all facets of the glass, window, and door industries. Forty-eight percent of registered attendees hold CEO, president or other executive management positions. Seventy-six percent of attendees recommend or make the final decision about their company’s purchase of products.

GlassBuild America attendees come from businesses that manufacture flat glass, residential windows and doors/related products; retail and deal flat glass and residential windows and doors; distribute flat glass and residential window and doors as well as contract glaziers, architects, specifiers and builders.

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