Egypt Will Host the First Glass Technology Seminar in the Middle East & Africa in 2010

By 2010, Egypt will host the First Glass Technology Seminar in the Middle East & Africa on 06 May 2010, bringing together key international industry executives to discuss the methods to improve the future of the glass industry.

It will focus on new technical aspects with useful and interesting lectures and topical sessions on the state of the industry and its future.

Glass Technology Seminar will run in conjunction with the 4th International exhibition for glass product & glass technology "Glass World 2010" in Egypt to serve the glass industry in all around the region.

This technical seminar will provide insight into new developments for producers, suppliers, specialist and investors of the glass industry for the Middle east & Africa industry and will include presentations prepared by leading experts till now from Germany, Italy, Belgium and China on the latest available glass technology" Hollow, Flat, Solar glass", giving you ideas and opportunity to show your technology advantages and possibilities between your competitors.

The theme for the seminar is: Towards Better Future for the Glass Industry in the Middle East. Space is now very limited. You are invited to register NOW at / glass technology seminar!!!

Mark this date in your calendar 06 May, 2010

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