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The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) will host a webinar entitled "Quality Management for Certification: Compliance Made Easier" on Tues., May 18 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern.
British Glass, the representative body for the UK glass industry, has joined over 40 companies in signing an open letter to government on the importance of linking the new UK Emissions Trading System (ETS) with the EU’s.
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The significant attendance to the Glass For Europe workshop on taxonomy shows the issue is of high concern to the flat glass industry.
Certass is creating a live forum at the Installer Support Hub on Stand H40 at FiT Show 2021 in September.
Join us at 1:00 pm ET on April 22 for this 60-minute AIA-accredited Thirsty Thursday session, presented by Helen Sanders, Technoform.
GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo is on schedule for September 13-15 in Atlanta, GA, with the fitting 2021 theme of "Back to Business. Back to GlassBuild.”
FGIA has released a new specification establishing minimum requirements for in-process quality control requirements for applicators of synthetic laminates to substrates used in windows, doors and skylights.
Vitro is offering online Continuing Education (CE) opportunities for you throughout the month of April.
NGA is pleased to support the safe enjoyment windows bring to our environment through its many applicable resources, available for download in the NGA Store.
The Glass Manufacturers’ Educational Trust is the primary UK charity in relation to education within the field of glass. Applications for funding are now open to all parties interested in glass education.
FENEX will unite the global window, door, conservatory and glazing industry in a show stopping world exhibition in Las Vegas!
Polish Glass Manufacturers’ Federation, the national association of the Polish glass industry, is a new national partner of Glass for Europe.
The FGIA Virtual Annual Conference featured several experts sharing important information, including economic recovery, plant safety, fenestration installation and design trends.
FGIA has released an updated version of a document pertaining to roller assemblies, with or without height adjustment features, for use in sliding doors and lift and slide doors. 
On April 28, global experts are getting together to present and debate the latest developments on mechanical performance of laminated glass.
Each year, the Window Safety Task Force takes the first full week in April to educate on the importance of practicing window safety year-round.
Boasting 63 million in turnover, 19 factories, and around 400 employees, the group holds a significant share of the Italian flat glass market, estimated at 880 million euros.
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance will host the webinar on Tuesday, April 6 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern.
Developed for design professionals, this free, virtual drink-and-learn event will review foundational wine tasting concepts used by experts in the field.
On March 22nd, Glass for Europe was virtually in Moscow for the 22nd edition of MIR STEKLA, the International Exhibition for Glass Products, Manufacturing, Processing and Finishing Technology.
22 Bishopsgate, London: a new landmark emerges with artwork by Alexander Beleschenko
Registration is now open for the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) 2021Virtual Southeast Region Meeting, which will be held April 22.
British Glass, the representative body for the UK glass sector, held the first UK Glass Recycling Summit on 17 March with attendance from across the glass supply chain.
Glass for Europe contributed to the new European Bauhaus to highlight the importance of considering buildings in all their dimensions and to promote a people-centred approach to architecture.