Latin America & Caribe
As of February 2021, operations in Glaston’s Brazilian subsidiary will be discontinued. In order to ensure continuous support and service to the South American customers, Glaston will strengthen its agency and partner network in the region.
The furnace is designed in appliance with the most advanced technology and a maximum melting output of 290 t/d to produce either 290 t/d flint or amber glass or 280 t/d green glass.
Folienwerk Wolfen appoints Glass Lamination of America as exclusive distributor in the U.S. and Mexico.
The FESQUA | International Trade Show of Window & Door Industry arrives at its 13rd edition consolidated as the biggest and most important event for the market of window & door in Latin America.
Faced with external factors, such as the new increase of contagion by COVID-19, the scenario of instability and the perspectives that this implies for the realization of events.
Glass façade takes center stage in new mixed-use development in Mexico City thanks to SentryGlas® from Trosifol
Let's stay connected, join us by Virtual Expo at Glasstech, Doors&Windows Mexico, July 27-29, 2020.
In March next year, São Paulo will become the events pole of construction and architecture.
The company will give its specialty plastics to help produce more than 20,000 face shields to protect healthcare professionals around the country
Since the beginning of February, employees of HORN Glass Industries AG have been on a construction site in Orizaba, a city east of Mexico City, in order to set up and commission a glass melting plant for its customer SIVESA.
As you may already be aware of, Glass South America (GSA) Exhibition 2020 has been postponed to 05-08 November 2020.
Postponement has been decided after virus spread in the Country; the edition has been rescheduled for November 05 to 08, 2020.
The new date is 18th – 19th November 2020 at the CINTERMEX Convention Center Mexico.
The deadline for submitting abstracts has been extended to February 16, 2020. There will be no further extension after this date.
Banco Bolivariano Financial Group Sustainable Building, hand in hand with SentryGlas® ionoplast interlayer
The design of the building and its façade reduces solar energy gain, which precludes excessive use of air conditioning, while SentryGlas® improved the natural lighting, removing the need to turn the lights on inside the building.