Glass Expo Northeast™ (GENE) ’19 is headed to the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, N.Y., March 27-28. The event delivers hard-hitting seminar topics, as well as the opportunity to meet and explore new vendors, products and services. GENE is focused on the needs of the architectural glass and metal industry and allied fields, and welcomes the following companies to the list of exhibitors.

Located at booth #324 is Pecora Corp., an American manufacturer of architectural waterproofing products. It offers a full line of silicone-, urethane- and latex-based sealants, as well as deck coatings, air vapor and weather barrier systems.

Southeastern Aluminum Products will display its assortment of shower doors, which come framed, semi-frameless and frameless. Stop by booth #220 to check out available product lines.

Wood’s Powr-Grip Co. Inc. can be found in booth #209. The company offers a full line of below-the-hook vacuum lifters and hand-held vacuum cups which it will display, such as the N4950 8-inch cup, which features a durable metal handle, fast attachment on smooth, nonporous flat surfaces and a lifting capacity of 125 pounds.

MyGlassTruck manufactures all-aluminum glass racking systems. Its rigs can be used on vehicles as small as a Ford Transit, and can even connect to vehicles as large as semi-trailers. To view their racking systems, see the display at booth #221.

Strybuc Industries will show its line of door and window replacement parts – obsolete, hard-to-find and current styles. The company has more than 85,000 parts in stock, and says it is the largest parts and window balance supplier in the U.S. Stop by booth #225 for a free catalog.

Eko-Okna S.A. is a European manufacturer of doors and windows. To learn more about its available products and services, visit booth #226.

The Long Island Marriott is offering a discounted room rate of $179 if you book before March 4. You can also save money by pre-registering for Glass Expo Northeast ’19. Save up to $89, if you pre-register by March 11.

GENE ’19 is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association (LIGA), USGlass magazine,™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal. For the most up-to-date show information, please visit