Glass Expo Northeast™ (GENE) ’17 continues to bring affordable and essential information to the Northeast region to help keep the architectural glass industry informed. GENE gathers top suppliers and expert speakers in one location while offering attendees an opportunity to share and learn beneficial business practices.

Just added to the 2017 lineup are MyGlassTruck of Glassboro, N.J.; Dormakaba of Reamstown, Pa.; Crystal Window & Door Systems of Queens, N.Y.; YKK AP America Inc. of Andover, Mass.; and Leed Himmel Industries of Hamden, Conn.

MyGlassTruck will showcase its manufactured glass racks for all standard van and pickup trucks in booth #100.

According to Dormakaba, the company’s interior glass systems provide products and solutions that help create ideal balance between function and aesthetics. Its applications feature spatial efficiency, transparency, smooth transitions between spaces, comfort and flexibility. Make sure you stop by booth #114 to speak with a Dormakaba representative and learn more.

The GENE show floor will also include Crystal Window & Door Systems as an exhibitor for the 2017 program. The company manufactures a range of high performance, energy-efficient fenestration products that enhance green sustainable design initiatives and will be located in booth #207.

Visit YKK America Inc., a manufacturer of aluminum entrances, windows and high performance facade framing systems, in booth #600 on the show floor.

Leed Himmel Industries, a Hamden, Conn.-based single-source manufacturer of custom architectural aluminum products and custom extrusions, will in booth #120.

Pre-register for the best discounts and book your room early at our host hotel from the event website at usglassmag.com/gene, as they tend to reserve quickly. The event is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association, as well as USGlass, Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal and USGNN.com™.

GENE ’17 will be held March 30-31 at the Hilton Long Island/Huntington Hotel, N.Y.  For more information, call 540/720-5584, ext. 120 or visit usglassmag.com/gene.