Glassman Latin America, scheduled for May 15-16 in Mexico City, announces a call for papers, inviting professionals to contribute valuable insights to the glass manufacturing community.
Glassman Latin America is gearing up for its upcoming conference, slated to be held on May 15 and 16 in Mexico City, Mexico. In conjunction with the Glassman Latin America exhibition at Expo Santa Fe Mexico (Hall A/ Sala A), the conference aims to delve into key themes shaping the glass manufacturing landscape. As part of the event, a call for papers has been issued, encouraging industry experts, manufacturers, associations, and technological suppliers to contribute their valuable insights.
The focal points of the conference will include pivotal topics such as decarbonisation strategies and the integration of digital manufacturing technologies within the glass industry. Previous editions of Glassman conferences have featured notable speakers who have provided in-depth perspectives on the challenges and advancements in the field.
Each paper presentation will have a duration of 20 minutes, fostering concise and impactful discussions. The conference will be conducted primarily in English, with Spanish translation services available to ensure accessibility for a diverse audience.
Professionals interested in participating are encouraged to submit an abstract of approximately 100 words to Greg Morris at the earliest opportunity. This call for papers is an excellent chance for industry leaders to contribute to the collective knowledge base, share experiences, and shape the future trajectory of the glass manufacturing sector.