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Exhibitor registration open for Glasstec, Solarpeq

September 1, 2011  By Messe Düsseldorf


Exhibitor registration open for Glasstec, Solarpeq
Companies from the fields of glass systems engineering, the glass industry and the glazier trade may now register for Glasstec 2012.

Sept. 1, 2011 – Companies from the fields of glass systems engineering,
the glass industry and the glazier trade may now register for Glasstec
2012. The world’s largest glass trade fair will be held at the
Düsseldorf exhibition grounds from Oct. 23 to 26.

The trademark of Glasstec as the leading international trade fair is its
coverage of the value-added chain around the material glass and its
unique product and service range. The level of internationalism of the
44,000 visitors to Glasstec 2010, 57 per cent of which came from abroad,
is second to none in the world. Eighty percent said that they were involved
in managerial decisions in their company.


At the same time, Solarpeq, the International Trade Fair for Solar
Production Equipment, will be held for the second time since 2010 in
Hall 11. This exhibition is thus directly integrated into Glasstec. It
covers the area of production technology for crystalline and thin-film
photovoltaics. This segment includes mainly producers of machines and
systems and their corresponding components, but also materials for the
production of solar final products. Glasstec visitors will continue to
find solar applications, such as applied photovoltaics in architecture.
According to the results of the official visitor survey 2010, the
combination of the two trade fairs was welcomed expressly. Visitor
registration for Solarpeq is also open now. One admission ticket allows
entry to both fairs.

For 2012, Glasstec and Solarpeq are again offering a comprehensive
supporting programme. Glasstec is once again offering the special
exhibition glass technology live, the Trade Centre in Hall 9, the
Architects’ Congress, the art exhibition glass art as well as the
Autoglass Arena. After their respective successful debuts in 2010, there
will be new editions of the Façade Centre and the professional
conference for glass construction, engineered transparency. The program
is rounded off by a third edition of the Solarpeq conference, Solar Meets Glass, which focuses on interface topics between the glass and
solar industries.

Exhibitors may now register for Glasstec here and Solarpeq here . To save time, previous
exhibitors from 2010 are provided with pre-completed, editable forms.

Related links
New edition of the Solar Meets Glass international conference

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