About the Conferences
ASIA FACADE & GLASS CONFERENCE 2017
Asia Façade and Glass Conference 2017 (AFGC) is a full day conference set to engage all involved in the architecture glass industry. Geared with a series of power packed presentations and a panel discussion led by eminent speakers on the theme “Effective & Efficient Technologies for Glass in Buildings”, the conference are expected to play host to over 200 delegates on 23 November 2017 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Held in conjunction with Glasstech Asia 2017 & Fenestration Asia 2017, Asia Façade and Glass Conference 2017 is well set to address the core concepts behind the unique glass market, over and above to the sharing of the latest trends and updates on the dynamic façade and glass industry with building specialists, experts, professionals, engineers and more.
Asia Façade and Glass Conference 2017 stepped forth at the right time as it aims to be an advocate of favourable façade and glass application to all glass industry personnel.
THE GLASS PROCESSING CONFERENCE 2017
After its successful debut in 2015, the influential Glass Processing Conference 2017 (GPC) returns for its third edition on 22 November 2017 at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore.
Held in conjunction with Glasstech Asia 2017 & Fenestration Asia 2017, a premier glass exhibition for South-east Asia, the well-established conference is pioneered and led by prominent industry experts set to engage the glass and machine suppliers, processors, manufacturers, engineers and architects to explore the latest technologies and cutting-edge practices for the glass industry.
The dominant Asia Pacific region has always stood strong and firm as the largest processed glass market and is expected to remain this status. In a collaborative effort to provide effective and efficient solutions, the conference is driven to engage those in the field to explore the best practices in the processing line of the glass industry.
The Glass Processing Conference 2017 aims to provide solutions increasing productivity for the glass processing industry.