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LiSEC is helping ToughGlaze to reduce its operating costs, increase its production efficiency and extend its competitive advantage.
Following consultation with the staff delegations of its plants in Bascharage and Dudelange (both in Luxembourg), Guardian is moving forward with the accelerated cool down of the Dudelange furnace and merger of the two plant legal entities.
On July 21-22, the first ever Big 5 Digital Festival Africa aims to rebuild confidence in the African infrastructure and construction community and define the path to the post-Covid recovery.
Glass processing technologies enjoyed a positive 2019; especially brilliant for hollow glass. Expectations ran high for 2020 and then, the COVID-19 pandemic re-wrote the script. For now, reliable forecasting is impossible.
With the pandemic-related restrictions being lifted, we are gradually relaunching our training activities – in Poland and abroad. More and more dates are being fixed for events that had to be postponed.
Two experts offered a financial outlook for both the U.S. and Canada at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) Virtual Summer Conference.
While we witness a timid restarting of the economy, the level of activity in flat glass remains low.
Safeguarding an essential value-chain for Europe’s decarbonisation
A panel discussion of financial relief programs for those in the U.S. and Canada took place at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance Virtual Summer Conference.
FGIA Virtual Summer Conference hosts panel discussion on managing manufacturing operations, customer connections through COVID-19
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance hosted a panel discussion entitled, “Managing Manufacturing Operations and Customer Connections Through the COVID-19 Crisis” during the FGIA Virtual Summer Conference.
BAU is on schedule to open in January 2021, but then with keeping distance.
Glass Technical Paper outlines the positive attributes of using glass to shield from the spread of viruses.
Glass for Europe answered today to the European Commission consultation on of how to increase the EU 2030 emission reduction ambition.
We are currently on the brink of a new revolution: the revolution that is artificial knowledge.
Impact resistant windows are a very important part of the construction industry and homeowners are well advised to consider their use. But, owners must also recognize that impact “resistant” does not mean hurricane “proof.”
Although anisotropy is inevitable when heat treating glass a major breakthrough took place in the industry in 2016 by developing an on-line anisotropy visualisation equipment.
Incidents in Melbourne of ‘spontaneous’ glass breakage are more about the construction industry forgetting the lessons of the past than ‘cheap’ Chinese imports.
What relevance do British Standards have on the specification of partitions?
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AGI has prioritized education about the topic of interior glass partitions.
Advances in glass manufacturing processes mean there has never been more choice when it comes to the fire glass market.