Keeping on top of the latest products and services in the glass and metal industry can be daunting. Attending Glass Expo Southeast™ ’22, (GESE) can help.
GESE takes place January 6-7 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Fla. In addition to the outstanding educational sessions on the agenda, the trade show features a plethora of companies and what they’re launching in the new year.
It’s a win-win: companies have access to a target audience of interested industry leaders and buyers in the glazing, architecture, and building industries, and said leaders save time by getting a jump on what’s new on the show floor.
Following are a few more of the exciting product and service developments that exhibitors will display at GESE. (Click here to see what you missed in the first two editions.)
KLEIN will introduce its new Rollglass+ system and more. Rollglass+ employs a unique pre-frame structure for dropped ceilings that enables convenient, phased installation, easy assembly, and easy maintenance. KLEIN’s wide range of sliding glass door systems are designed to provide the architectural and design industry with the most innovative solutions that enhance space.
Lattuada North America, a technological leader in glass processing machines, will showcase its line of automation and robotic capabilities. Lattuada offers fully automatic straight-line edgers, double-edgers, bevellers, vertical washers, corner grinding machines, and horizontal drilling machines and can supply robotic solutions for any need/application. Its newest innovations include automation packages (A-WR and i-AL) applied to its edgers.
M3 Glass Technologies will feature switchable glass and demonstrate the value of smart glass technologies. M3 produces and distributes a wide range of glass products and solutions nationwide, including switchable, backpainted, laminated, digital print, and shower enclosures. One of the most groundbreaking recent innovations in glazing is the development of smart glass, which can transform from opaque to transparent with the flip of a switch. Cutting-edge designers use switchable glass to allow users to modify a project’s glass tint at will.
Watch this space for more exhibitor news from Glass Expo Southeast™. To sign up as an exhibitor, contact Barry Atkins at email@example.com. To register as an attendee, please visit www.glassexposoutheast.com.