HWI to Exhibit at Upcoming Conference on Glass Problems (GPC)

Nov 02, 2018 / Events
79th Conference on Glass Problems

HarbisonWalker International’s marketing and sales teams continue to make an impact in the market place. Once again, HWI will be exhibiting and hosting customers at the 79th Conference on Glass Problems (GPC) November 5 – 8, 2018 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH.

The GPC is the largest glass manufacturing conference in North America, attracting glass manufacturers and suppliers worldwide to exchange innovations and solutions for the industry. Bryn Snow, manager of glass applications, and the entire HWI glass segment team will be attending the conference and ready to discuss HWI’s commitment to the industry.

Snow will also be presenting a paper at the technical session focused on the use of laser measurement technology to monitor wear in glass refractory during operation. Stop by to discuss this cutting edge technology with our refractory experts!

About HarbisonWalker International

With more than 150 years of industry leadership, HarbisonWalker International (HWI) is the largest supplier of refractory products and services in the United States. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the company’s international network spans North America, Europe, and Asia, with 19 manufacturing plants, 30 global sourcing centers, and technology facilities in both the United States and China. Serving virtually every major industry that requires refractory solutions to enhance production and protect assets, HWI is consistently recognized for its talented experts, industry firsts, and intensely driven excellence.



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