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September 20, 2012
GlassBuild America 2012
A look at a quickly evolving glass and glazing market

The glass industry of today looks significantly different than its pre-recession self, but the next 5-10 years could play an even greater role in shaping the industry of tomorrow, said glass and glazing executives attending GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, Sept. 12-14, in Las Vegas.

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GlassBuild America Special Report
The economy: Where we are now and where we're headed
The business: Navigating an altered landscape
The exhibits: Best in Show winners
Opinion: Is a sustained recovery finally in sight?
GlassBuild America in pictures
View photo galleries of the new products and technologies on the show floor

GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo took place Sept. 12-14, with 338 companies representing 14 countries taking the show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The event attracted nearly 6,700 attendees and occupied more than 103,000 total net square feet of exhibit space.

Product demos, booth tours and more
Learn about the Quanex EnergyQuest window and door system, Guardian InGlass product line, Deceuninck genius window system, new PPG Solarban 67 product and PRL glass and metal systems. Plus, view demos of EDTM's Tin Side Detector and Reflex multi-coating detector, Quanex TriSeal and Hornschuch's Cool Color film. Lastly, get an overall feel for the show in the GlassBuild America 2012 overview.



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