Posts Tagged ‘ GlassBuild America ’

Looking for New Products? Here are a Few Unveiled in Atlanta

Sep 16th, 2021

GlassBuild America ended yesterday in Atlanta, and while overall the show traffic was down compared to years past, what didn’t slow was the quality of attendees. “We opened the doors [on the first day] and had 20-30 people in our booth, and it was non-stop traffic,” said Jennifer Walrich, product manager at Magid. “People are noticing […]

Despite the Circumstances: Attendees and Exhibitors at GlassBuild Show Determination

Sep 14th, 2021

The show must go on. That was the attitude of exhibitors at GlassBuild America in its opening day, dawning their masks and returning to business as usual in Atlanta. The event was preceded by an air of skepticism, some said, but it managed to deliver on its opening day, despite an ongoing pandemic. Not everyone […]

Determination on Display at GlassBuild 2021

Sep 13th, 2021

GlassBuild America is back after COVID forced the event’s shelving in 2020. Door and window companies are displaying their new products—and determination—at the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Creative Millwork unveiled its Grid Runner System, an aluminum addition, to its product lineup. “[It’s] normal aluminum that has muntin bars applied […]

Glass Build 2021: Venture Out or Stay Home?

Aug 19th, 2021

“Well, it’s that time of year. GlassBuild America is less than four weeks away. Coming off a year that featured mostly Zoom meetings and virtual industry events, I have been checking with my customers and industry associates to see who is actually going to Atlanta and who is staying home. There does not seem to […]

[DWM] Magazine Recaps all the Action Via Video at GlassBuild America

Sep 25th, 2019

 If you missed any of [DWM] magazine’s videos from GlassBuild America, don’t worry we have compiled them all in one place for easy viewing. Here are all the videos from the event: Watch: Day One From Atlanta Companies interviewed include Guardian Glass, Quanex, Vitro and Roto. Watch: GlassBuild Ramps Up in Day Two Companies interviewed […]

All the News Fit to Print from Atlanta

Sep 25th, 2019

From manufacturers floating new concepts to dealers gathering to share best practices to new products, [DWM] was at GlassBuild America to post daily reports from the annual event. Below is a recap of all the news. GlassBuild Serves as Testing Ground While GlassBuild has drawn the latest machinery and other fenestration-related products to Atlanta where […]

GlassBuild America Returns to Atlanta

Sep 2nd, 2019

Atlanta is the site of GlassBuild America to be held September 17-19 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Hundreds of exhibitors will feature their newest products and developments, from machinery and equipment to hardware and other components used in the manufacturing of doors and windows. This year’s show will once again feature Express Learning—20-minute sessions […]

GlassBuild Day 1: All Shine No Rain

Sep 12th, 2018

It was deja vu for any repeat attendees of GlassBuild America this year, with a major hurricane bearing down on parts of the country in the show’s first hours. Fortunately, that threat is far enough away from this year’s location in Las Vegas, that it hasn’t seemed to uproot any attendees or exhibitors (unlike 2017’s […]

GlassBuild Gets Moving with Machinery, More

Oct 19th, 2016

The 14th GlassBuild America show opened its run at the Las Vegas Convention Center today, and more than 400 exhibitors representing every aspect of the fenestration industry welcomed thousands of attendees. Machinery and equipment always have a big presence at GlassBuild, and the exhibition hall was filled with companies in those fields showcasing their products. […]

A Positive GlassBuild Proves the Recovery is Roaring Along

Sep 24th, 2015

Another GlassBuild has come and gone, and the show in Atlanta provided ample evidence that the recovery is in full swing. As I shared in several conversations at the show, I haven’t heard a pessimist complain in over a year.  Attendance at the show was very good, and the exhibitors with whom I talked reported […]

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