Are you ready to learn and see the latest products and services in the glass industry? Glass Expo Midwest™ ’18 (GEMS) is ready to share them. Headed to the JW Marriott Indianapolis hotel in Indianapolis, GEMS will kick-off November 8-9, 2018.

The list of exhibitors continues to grow. The following companies are just a small sample of those you can expect to find at GEMS ’18.

Located in booth #309, C.R. Laurence Co. Inc. – U.S. Aluminum will display architectural glazing systems: entrances, storefront, curtainwall, railings, all-glass entrances access control, interior office partitions and transaction and security hardware.

Spray-X will display its foaming glass cleaner, an advanced and non-ammoniated formulation that has strong, vertical clinging power that does not leave streaks. It can be used on windows, glass, mirrors and windshields while being safe on tinted glass, plastics, carbon fiber, Plexiglas and fiberglass. To learn more, visit Spray-X in booth #108.

JLM Wholesale Inc., a certified women’s business enterprise, is a national wholesale distributor of commercial-grade door hardware and access control products. They will be showcasing their latest line of products in booth #101, so be sure to stop by and see what they have to offer.

The show floor will also include Ergo Robotic Solutions as an exhibitor. Ergo Robotic Solutions will display all types of glass manipulator equipment and both standard and custom solutions in booth #223.

In addition to two days of top-notch seminars, training and networking opportunities, this event hosts a bustling exhibition floor that is packed with the latest products and services in the architectural glass and metal industry.

If interested in exhibiting, contact or call 540/720-5584 to secure your booth location.

Pre-register for the best discounts and book your room early for the JW Marriott Indianapolis hotel. Quick links to both are on the event website at Be sure to reserve early, as they tend to book quickly.

The event is co-sponsored by USGlass magazine,™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal magazine.