International trade fairs on display
By Patrick Flannery
Aug. 18, 2009 – Messe Dusseldorf will participate in GlassBuild America
2009 to promote its worldwide program of international trade fairs for
the glass industry.
Aug. 18, 2009 – Messe Dusseldorf will participate in GlassBuild America 2009 to promote its worldwide program of international trade fairs for the glass industry.
The group organizes glasstec 2010, International Trade Fair for Glass Production, Processing and Products and solarpeq 2010, the International Trade Fair For Solar Production Equipment to be held concurrently from September 28 to October 1, 2010 in Dusseldorf, Germany, as well as GLASSPEX INDIA 2009, scheduled for December 2-4, 2009 in New Delhi, India.
At GlassBuild America, exhibitor and visitor information for the trade fairs will be available as well as information on hotel and travel arrangements.
Glasstec is the leading international trade fair for its industry with exhibit categories including glass manufacturing and production technology, glass processing and finishing, tools and replacement parts as well as process control technology, glass applications in the construction industry, solar energy, electronic display glass and laser technologies. Special presentations, symposia and the Architects’ Congress will complement the exhibits. A unique feature at glasstec 2010 will be the North American Pavilion, organized by Messe D<15>sseldorf North America and co-sponsored by the National Glass Association (NGA).
Messe Dusseldorf decided to add another glass trade fair to its program for a segment that has recently experienced a particularly dynamic development: solar production technology.
The first staging of solarpeq will take place parallel with glasstec and is geared towards companies offering process engineering/production equipment for thin film and crystalline photovoltaics. Glasstec and solarpeq complement each other in terms of content and will be held at the same time at the same venue.