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fensterbau/frontale 2012: highlights in the supporting programme

fensterbau/frontale 2012, to be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg 21–23 March 2012 is almost booked up.
During the fair, there will be a “Real Estate Conference”, based on the motto “Windows and Façades for Residential Buildings: Trends – Solutions – Practical Examples”, offering a variety of information.

fensterbau/frontale 2012, the world-leading exhibition for windows, doors and façades, with its supporting programme as well as the extensive range of products, to be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg 21–23 March 2012 is almost booked up.
A new feature at fensterbau/frontale 2012 is the “Real Estate Conference” on Saturday, 24 March 2012. The programme, under the direction of Dieter A. Kuberski, Verlags-Marketing Stuttgart GmbH, is based on the motto “Windows and Façades for Residential Buildings: Trends – Solutions – Practical Examples” and offers a variety of information. The presentations will examine topics of energy modernization, energy-producing façades for multi-storey buildings, security aspects for landlords and owners, and the new German Energy Conservation Act (EnEV 2012). The presentations are followed by a lunch break with opportunities for discussions and networking, before the guided tours of the exhibition start at 1.30 p.m., showing practical examples of the topics covered in the morning.
The special show has been organized together with manufacturers by NürnbergMesse, ift Rosenheim and the Fachverband Glas, Fenster, Fassade Baden-Württemberg (GFF – Glass, Window and Facade Association). The topic for the 2012 exhibition is “Energy Plus – Saving + Producing Energy with Windows, Façades and Glass”. The special show in Hall 1 presents the technology that can help the windows sector to profit from the energy efficiency mega-trend in the building sector. This includes thermally-optimized designs, assembly processes, glazing or vacuum insulation panels (VIP) just as much as photovoltaic systems integrated into buildings, intelligent ventilation systems, automatically controlled components, shading systems and processes for heat storage. Processors, fitters, manufacturers, planners and investors obtain expert and non-proprietary information about technology, future requirements and the necessary certificates.
Details about these and other items on the supporting programme at fensterbau/frontale 2012, such the Glass World Symposium, the Forum Architecture or the Innovation Award Architektur+, will be available shortly online at www.frontale.de. The new mobile services will also provide information about fensterbau/frontale at all times for mobile users of smartphones and iPhones.
The floor plans for fensterbau/frontale 2012 are now online, along with the provisional list of exhibitors. Elke Harreiß, exhibition manager of fensterbau/frontale at NürnbergMesse: “After the big demand for exhibiting space enabled us to publish the provisional list of exhibitors at an unusually early stage, we can now also offer visitors an initial look at the distribution of the exhibiting companies in the exhibition halls.” Only a few stand spaces are still free around six months before the exhibition. “There are certainly a few interesting stand spaces available for booking, but anyone who wants one of them must be quick off the mark,” Harreiß continues.
The organizer of fensterbau/frontale is NürnbergMesse GmbH and the honorary sponsors are the German glass, window and façade associations: Fachverband Glas Fenster Fassade Baden-Württemberg, Landesinnungsverband des Glaserhandwerks Rheinland-Pfalz and Landesinnungsverband des Bayerischen Glaserhandwerks. fensterbau/frontale is also a founding member of the Global Fair Alliance of world-leading window exhibitions and is involved with ift Rosenheim in the International Strategic Partnership Fenestration.

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