Bohle Busy At Glasstec

As Glasstec finally closed its doors, one hundred Bohle staff from all over the world finally got to put their feet up following four days of hectic exhibition activity, from the first to the last hour.

Bohle Managing Director Dave Broxton says, “Glasstec is Bohle’s home show; the company headquarters are just 18 miles from the exhibition centre. We expect a good local turnout but we also met many UK and Irish customers who attended specifically to make major purchases. I think the opportunity to see and handle new products, to compare existing products side-by-side with competitors and to negotiate face-to-face, is what persuaded UK and Irish companies to visit Glasstec and Bohle.” Bohle launched a new Glass & Glazier main catalogue at the show as well as a range of new glass hardware, machinery, UV bonding, digital measuring and handling products.

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