VITRUM 2009, glass processing with energy savings
April 14, 2009 – Biotechnologies and energy savings will be a new addition to VITRUM 2009, being held at the Fiera Milano Complex in Rho, Italy, from October 28-31.
Biotechnologies and energy savings will be a new addition to VITRUM 2009, being held at the Fiera Milano Complex in Rho, Italy, from October 28-31.
The 16th biennial international trade fair of machinery, equipment and systems for the processing of flat and hollow glass, glass, and finished products will feature more than 70,000 square meters of exhibition space devoted to the latest technological innovations in the industrial and artistic glass markets.
The new Vitrum Energy 2009 section will focus on biotechnologies and energy savings. Show organizers say the glass industry has responded with enthusiasm and commitment to the challenges imposed by the limitation of the energy resources in recent years to develop some extremely innovative products.
The new section of this show will make it possible to preview and understand the cutting-edge solutions that are designed to improve energy efficiency.
Vitrum Hollow Glass, a prestigious showcase dedicated to the latest generation machinery and equipment for hollow glass, will provide an opportunity to discover the new technologies that have made it possible for this sector to gain increasing recognition in international markets.
The very first VITRUM was inaugurated in 1979 with the aim of providing a specialized international showcase for glass manufacturers.
The event has grown and organizers say approximately 25,000 visitors are expected at VITRUM 2009 which will also include conferences and demonstrations for the different kinds of glass processing.