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Glass Technology Expo Mexico is the trade show of glass technology recently held in Mexico City. The Citibanamex Center was the space that hosted the new edition of the show from June 11 to 13.
Interest high in Forvet and VIG products
The solution provider for the glass fabricator will be on hand with industry leading machinery, innovation, and more!
Largest glass producer in North America doubles down on partnership, long-term thinking.
Brazilian glass fabricator SER Glass, Research Frontiers and Israeli material science company Gauzy Ltd. bring high volume armored smart glass and other smart window products to Brazil.
The second edition of Glasstech Mexico will take place 27-29 July, 2020, in Guadalajara.
The second edition of the business to business meeting dedicated to the glass sector will be held on 20-21 November in Bogotá.
WDMA issued the following statement regarding the announcement by President Trump that the Administration will levy tariffs starting at 5% on all goods imported from Mexico on June 10, 2019 if the U.S. and Mexico do not come to an agreement on immigration.
The Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) issued the following statement regarding the announcement of a deal that would lift the Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum, 25% and 10% respectively, on Canada and Mexico.
IGE Glass Technologies to Exhibit at Glasstech Mexico.
Intersolar Summit Brasil Nordeste unites all stakeholders in Fortaleza.
Intersolar and THE GREEN EXPO® are teaming up - Perfect match for Mexico’s Renewable Energy and Green Technology Industry.
Tecnoglass to Purchase Minority Stake in Saint-Gobain’s Existing Colombia-Based Float Glass Operation.
How Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass was implemented at the University of New Mexico Anderson School’s new McKinnon Center for Management
Cristalerias Toro SpA is a Chilean family business with more than 60 years of experience in the manufacture and marketing of glass containers.
Today, WDMA released the following statement regarding the signing of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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