Posts Tagged ‘ Fensterbau Frontale ’

America is Accepting the Backseat

Apr 1st, 2024

A common thread in my recent blogs has been the need for the U.S. fenestration industry to work together to demonstrate and educate the masses on the importance of our products for comfort, efficiency, safety, and sustainability—from homeowners to builders and remodelers, and all the way up to those affecting public policy. There is another […]

Exhibitors at Fensterbau Decked the Halls With Green Materials

Mar 21st, 2024

“Climate change.” Nothing will set fire to a dinner party in the U.S. quite the way those two words can. “The problem these days is, if people don’t have the same feeling about a topic, they immediately think it’s arguing,” says Sandro Straub, sales manager, expanding markets, for Aluplast. But at Fensterbau Frontale, there’s been […]

Fensterbau Makes a Sunny Spot for Windows Under Germany’s Economic Clouds

Mar 20th, 2024

If the saying is “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” the same isn’t true for Germany’s Fensterbau Frontale. Instead, what happens at the show often serves as a precursor for what will make its way to the U.S. This year, those trends include stronger, more thermally efficient window frames—some with extra clean weld lines, […]

Fensterbau Frontale Rescheduled for July

Jan 18th, 2022

Fensterbau Frontale, the window and door trade show held every two years in Nuremberg, Germany, has been rescheduled once again due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Originally, set to take place in March 2020, it was first rescheduled for June 2020, then March 2021. It is now set for July 12-15, 2022. Show organizers say the […]

Fensterbau Frontale and Holz-Handwerk Will Not Take Place in 2020

Apr 14th, 2020

NürnbergMesse has decided, in agreement with the Department of Environment and Health of the City of Nürnberg, not to hold Fensterbau Frontale in conjunction with Holz-Handwerk in 2020. According to the event coordinators, the uncertain situation resulting from COVID-19 is leading to a declining willingness to invest. Limited business activity due to official orders and […]

Renolit Backs out of Fensterbau

Mar 26th, 2020

Officials for Renolit announced today that the company will not participate in Fensterbau Frontale in 2020. Regarding the decision, “Above all it is our responsibility to take whatever preventive measures we can to contain the currently rampant pandemic,” said Stefan Friedrich, business unit manager of the exterior division. In lieu of the event, officials said the company […]

Update: Another Company Backs Out of Fensterbau

Mar 20th, 2020

“Due to the very dynamic development and the constantly changing level of knowledge in connection with the coronavirus, we have decided not to attend the Fensterbau Frontale in June 2020,” officials for Swisspacer stated in a press release. The company released the announcement today, declaring that it is not only responsible for the health of […]

Fever Builds for Tradeshows

Mar 12th, 2020

In the final hours of February, with a show quickly approaching in mid-March, officials for NürnbergMesse announced the postponement of Fensterbau Frontale—one of the world’s largest tradeshows for doors and windows. Days later, amid ongoing concerns over the outbreak of coronavirus, the event was rescheduled for June 2020. Now it seems that a roughly three-month […]

New Date Announced for Fensterbau Frontale

Mar 9th, 2020

NürnbergMesse management announced the new dates for Fensterbau Frontale, which was originally scheduled for this month. The event is set to take place in Germany from June 16 – 19, 2020. The event was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company noted the 2022 event is still set to take place in March as […]

Despite Repercussions, Companies Applaud Decision to Postpone Fensterbau

Mar 2nd, 2020

Companies planning to attend and exhibit at Fensterbau Frontale were confronted with a harsh reality Friday, when show officials announced they were postponing the event due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The news came as a shock to some, while others said they were expecting the decision any time. Show officials said the […]