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Held in conjunction with Fenestration Asia, Glasstech Asia 2020 is organised by Singapore Glass Association (SGA) and Conference & Exhibition Management Services (CEMS).
Trosifol experts talk about glazing possibilities and safer railings.
Under the MOU Seiko Architectural Wall Systems to become exclusive licensed manufacturer and sole distributor of ClearVue’s technology and products for the territories of Singapore and Malaysia.
Smart building materials company ClearVue Technologies Limited is pleased to announce that it will be launching its technology and products for the European market at Glasstec 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MITEC); Kuala Lumpur; 14 - 16 November 2018.
NODIS TruTintTM is the world’s first color switchable smart glass technology.
SentryGlas® and Trosifol® Extra Stiff interlayers for structurally stable LSG glazing attracted a lot of interest at this year’s "Glasstech Asia 2017" event in Singapore.
Advanced low-e glass glazings fulfill demand for clarity, solar control performance
Glasstech Asia & Fenestration Asia 2017 was a successful 3-day event held at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Sparklike Oy will be presented at this year's Glasstech Asia trade fair in Singapore by Ian Duckworth, Director at Asia Point Co. Ltd.
Being reputed as the 'Glass Hub of Southeast Asia', this unparalleled glass exhibition provides regional industry players a deeper insight to the glass manufacturing, processing, products and materials sectors.
Energy-efficiency and sustainablity, coupled with safety, design and comfort are some of the key requirements in the world of windows, doors and facades.
During the recent Southeast Asian Zak World of Facades event that was held in Jakarta, Indonesia in August 2017, Schüco demonstrated their commitment to sustainability and green building.
New lifestyle attraction to feature world-class play attractions and gardens in air-conditioned comfort.
Permasteelisa Group will participate at the 12th International Conference on Shock and Impact Loads on Structures that will be held from 14 to 16 June 2017 in Singapore and it is hosted by Kanazawa University and the National Defence Academy of…
Southeast Asia’s preferred sourcing platform for innovative glass products, manufacturing and processing technologies that provide better perspectives on glass and green architectural trends to aid professionals in their design decisions.
This year's GPC 2017 looks to provide high powered discussions and innovations responsive to the niche and unique architectural glass industry.
Glasstech Asia 2017 will be staged in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 22 - 24 November 2017.
Over 3 days, Glasstech Asia 2016, incorporating Hollow Glass Asia 2016 and the inaugural Fenestration Asia 2016 saw thousands of visitors through its doors at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center from 24 - 26 November 2016.
The conference will take place on the 13th October 2016 at Marina Bay Sands and is a full day affair, which will cover important aspects from design, engineering and delivery of façades.
Heliatek organic solar films are part of a pilot project in Singapore focusing on future sustainable urban development – Heliatek’s partner, vTrium Energy, will be implementing the world's most powerful and Asia’s largest BIOPV (Building…
Piramal Glass Limited (PGL), a part of the Ajay Piramal led Piramal Group won the “Award for the Best HR Strategy in Line with Business” at the 2nd Best Employer Brand Awards 2011 hosted by Employer Branding Institute-India and World HRD Congress…
Exclusive apartments: The Marq, Singapore66 luxury apartments in the heart of Singapore/Heated cantilevered pools/12,000 square metres with solar control glazing of more than 5 metres in heightStepping out onto the balcony of a 24 storey apartment,…
15th November 2010 marks a special milestone in Indonesia's glass industry. Graced by Mr.Samuel Rombaian, President of Indonesia Flat&Safety Glass Association, the official launch of Glasstec Asia 2011 was also well received by the local…
A Research team has developed Singapore's first eco-friendly way of recycling waste glass into building materials that are expected to be more than two times stronger than concrete.