Quanex Building Products to Co-Exhibit with FG Trading at Glass Expo Africa, Aug. 15-18

Quanex Building Products announced today that it will exhibit at Glass Expo South Africa, August 15-18, in Nasrec, JHB, South Africa, booth #C26.

Co-exhibiting with local distributor, FG Trading, Quanex will feature its full breadth of high-performance warm edge spacer products, including Super Spacer®. Additionally, the company will unveil its EnergyCore™ and MikronWood™ window and door systems to the African market.

“Glass Expo is the premier fenestration tradeshow in Africa, so we are excited to be exhibiting with FG Trading this year,” said Ramsey Bader, Director, international sales and marketing, Quanex Building Products. “As the regional focus turns toward more energy-efficient window and door systems, Quanex is prepared to help support customers with products that are proven in the global marketplace to provide optimal thermal and production efficiencies.”

FG Trading is located in Johannesburg, supplying various products to the aluminum and glazing industries across Southern Africa.

Visit Quanex and FG Trading at Glass Expo Africa, booth #C26, or visit www.quanex.com for more news, information and upcoming events.

Investor Contact: Jeff Galow, 713-877-5327, jgalow@quanex.com Media Contact: Erin Johnson, 330-447-7337, erin.johnson@quanex.com

600450 Quanex Building Products to Co-Exhibit with FG Trading at Glass Expo Africa, Aug. 15-18 glassonweb.com
Date: 29 August 2012
Source: www.quanex.com

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