Once again the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) in partnership with Wintech Engineering Ltd, will be exhibiting at Glasstec Dusseldorf – arguably the world’s largest and most important trade fair for glass and glazing products.
For glass manufacturers and processors there is no better place to showcase product innovations, forward-looking processing techniques and new glass applications to trade visitors from all over the world. Almost 1,300 exhibitors from around the world presented their latest products to a total of 45,000 professionals who visited Glasstec 2010, which also incorporated the first oriented trade fair for solar production technology, Solarpeq.
With so much going on at the Glasstec, the GGF is extending an invitation to all Member Companies to visit the GGF/Wintech exhibition space in Hall 11 on Stand C59 where Members can expect GGF hospitality and are welcome to use the stand as their base or as a meeting/networking point for the show. Members are also invited to discuss any technical issues and in particular product testing with our experts from the Federation’s technical team and Wintech.
Gailord Nepp, Managing Director at Wintech comments: “We are looking forward to partnering the GGF at Glasstec. As the gateway to international trade, the exhibition has always provided a fantastic opportunity to network with companies on a global scale under one roof, and for Wintech in particular it is a great platform upon which to build on our already extensive history of working with companies in Europe. Our strategic alliance with the GGF sets us apart as testing experts that the glass and glazing industry can trust, and our in-depth knowledge of the related regulations and standards mean that we can advise on the best solution for even the most niche product.”
Steve Rice, GGF Director of Glazing comments, “I look forward to welcoming all visiting GGF Members and indeed all visitors, to the GGF/Wintech stand to discuss their product testing requirements and other technical or industry issues. Glasstec promises to be one of the major highlights of the year.”