Glass TEXpo™ ’18 is just around the corner and the exhibitor list continues to grow as eight more companies join the exhibition floor! The two-day event will bring hard-hitting seminar topics, networking opportunities and new vendors, products and services to the architectural glass and metal industry. It will take place at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, May 10-11, 2018.

First to join this week is Sika Corporation in booth #205. Sika offers a full line of silicone, polyurethane and hybrid products to meet all vertical glass needs. Stop by to learn more about what the company can offer.

F. Barkow Inc. will display its custom-built glass racks – now designed to fit the new generation of cargo vans-Ford Transit, Dodge ProMaster and Nissan NV. The vans are modeled after the European design of the Sprinter and offer fuel-efficient engines to complement the aerodynamic aesthetics. All Barkow glass carriers are fully-welded and available in aluminum, high-tensile steel or stainless steel. Attendees can stop by booth #604 to learn more.

Glassopolis will also be joining the trade show floor in booth #706. Glassopolis is a specialty glass distributor, presenting a range of the largest, best performing/best value fire-rated glass options along with lead x-ray, switchable privacy, UL-rated wire, security glass and more.

In booth #802, attendees can find Ensinger-Grenloch’s display of polyamide profiles for thermal barrier applications on aluminum glazing systems and windows. Be sure to stop by to learn more about what the company can offer.

Global Premier Hardware will also join the exhibitor line up. Attendees can stop by booth #514 to see the company’s display of hinges, clips and hardware for tempered glass.

Attendees can plan to visit K.S.F. in booth #214 for high-quality glass transporting and lifting solutions.

For a display of commercial glazing seals and profiles, EPDM and silicone by Vicone High Performance Rubber Inc., visit booth #716.

Attendees can find Bailey Specialty Cranes & Aerials in booth #817. The company manufactures robotic glass lifting equipment. These all-American made products meet or exceed ANSI safety codes. Stop by their booth to learn more.

Glass TEXpo™ ’18 is co-sponsored by the Texas Glass Association, USGlass magazine, USGNN.com™ and the Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.

To learn more about the event and see the full exhibition floor plan, visit usglassmag.com/TEXpo or contact info@glassexpos.com.