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From 20 to 22 October 2020 the new digital networking platform will provide the international glass sector with extensive insights into the state of the industry.
For three days, from 20 to 22 October 2020, glasstec will be held in a new digital interactive format.
Registration for the third installment of the Leadership Development Program from the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) is now open, with the first session taking place in January.
VITRUM President Dino Zandonella Necca commented on the position made public by GIMAV.
Italian exhibitors will not be at Glasstec: we must deal wth the facts, especially with second wave of the pandemic spreading
Commenting on the position sent to all its members and published on the association’s website, GIMAV President Michele Gusti clarified: “regretfully, at a time like this, we must tell it like it is”
FMA, FGIA, WDMA Release New Guidelines for Replacement of Windows without Removal of Exterior Brick Veneer
FMA/AAMA/WDMA 2710-20 is focused on the full frame replacement without removal of external brick veneer.
Plan to attend these additional sponsored sessions at the Virtual Conference on Glass Problems. There is no additional charge for attendees.
In Schiatti, the first digital event of the company took place.
An Architect stands proudly behind shaping a better world through Architecture and Interior Design. Let us delve into the brilliance of Architects and their designs that build the present and define the future.
The Glass Insider Education webinar series continues this week with Vitro's foundational course "Understanding Low-E Coatings" on Friday, October 16 at 2PM EST.
Oak Moser offers leadership advice for increasing influence – speaker at FGIA Virtual Fall Conference
A senior management professional experienced in leading and coaching teams shared tips for how to increase one’s influence over others at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance Virtual Fall Conference.
NGA President and CEO Nicole Harris will take part in a glasstec VIRTUAL panel discussion on Tuesday, October 20, at 6 p.m. EST, at the Glass Associations Summit powered by Glass Worldwide "Flat glass."
A high-end builder in Austin, TX, shared the fenestration trends he has seen in the U.S. when it comes to building performance during the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) Virtual Fall Conference.
HORN® Glass Industries will show you a film of how a glass melting plant grows, exhibit 24 products and support the technical lectures in the MELTING session on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 as sponsor.
At the FGIA Virtual Fall Conference, an industry professional with more than 36 years of health and safety experience shared his company’s best practices for keeping plant workers safe during the spread of COVID-19.
The webinars focus is to keep the customers updated with the latest technological improvements which are continuously developed from the Forel’s R&D department.
As a global player in the glass industry and in the business line of chemicals comprising soda and chromium compounds, Şişecam continues its investments at full speed.
664 window door exhibitors showcased more than 23,000 new products in 100,000+ exhibition space.
Renowned architects, designers and prominent representatives of the building industry will come together for the deliberation on October 7.
Three days, over 20 lectures and additional digital content galore
With a long-established history in glass machinery manufacturing, HEGLA has developed a fully automated, in-line, blade trimming system that provides greater accuracy and speed.
Effective October 1, 2020, Dennis Tiegs has assumed the position of Chief Operations Officer (COO) for A+W's A+W Clarity business unit.
The entire upgrade took only 25 days. The completed furnace was shorter in length, reducing the line’s footprint. Plus, the machine consumed much less energy, an added benefit.
Everything is ready to talk together about automation and productivity. Enjoy the webinar to discover the technological evolution of our glass processing machines.
The architectural trend to increase transparency in buildings has resulted in more use of glass in balustrade and overhead applications.