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May 21, 2019
From Glass Magazine
Submit to the GlassBuild America Product Preview
The August issue of Glass Magazine will showcase the products to be displayed during GlassBuild America. If your company is a GlassBuild America exhibitor, submit product information online by Wednesday, June 12, to be included in the product preview.

AIA 2019: Glass Solutions, Education, Collaboration
The annual AIA Conference on Architecture and Architecture Expo, comes to Las Vegas, June 6-8. Part of connecting architects to glass is increasing awareness and making connections—two things industry exhibitors plan to accomplish during the show.
Industry News
Trump Administration Announces Removal of Metal Tariffs for Mexico, Canada
Pilkington IGP in Poland Opens New Plant in Bialystok
Vetrotech Saint-Gobain Partners with Architectural Rep Agency Modern Architectural Systems
People News
Vitro Architectural Glass Names Three Vice Presidents
Permasteelisa Group Appoints Klaus Lother New CEO
Amadou Sar Joins Wausau as Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Hydro Building Systems Welcomes Steven Acker as Commercial Director of WICONA
Fabricated Products Group Welcomes New Leadership Team
Product Spotlight
Quattrolifts Horizon Auto Drive and Mule

Glass handling in shop is well served with either the Quattrolifts Mule or Horizon Auto. The Mule has a narrow footprint and works in tight spaces loading and unloading glass (weighing up to 1100lbs) on polishing machines, racks and trucks. The Auto Horizon is a mobile machine operated by one man and is ideal to lay glass from vertical to horizontal weighing up to 770lbs. Both machines have capacity to rotate glass 360 degrees and can be upgraded to a dual vacuum system. Call Chip for a quote on (301) 748-7127.

Last Chance to Enter the 2019 Glass Magazine Awards
By Norah Dick

The Glass Magazine Awards are back, with brand new categories to showcase the glass industry's most innovative products and projects from the last year. Submit your nomination by May 24.

The Future of Energy Efficiency Belongs to Glass
By Miika Äppelqvist
Energy efficiency plays two parts in the story of tempered flat glass: the production portion and the installed phase. Glass can demonstrate its efficiency from streamlined production processes, to daylighting and next-generation glass building products. 


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