Egyptians bet on Brazilian glass market

Companies Sphinx Glass and Cairo Glass have stands at the Glass South America, trade show of glass technology held until May 24th in São Paulo.

Arab countries are among Brazil’s main suppliers.  

Two Egyptian companies are for the first time at Glass South America, sector’s event taking place until Saturday (24th) in São Paulo, Brazil.

Sphinx Glass has already been exporting to Brazil for three years. The company manufactures float glass, but also patterned and reflective glasses. “Brazil has always been among [the company’s] main markets. It is a very large market for glasses and we are here to ensure our share in Brazil’s exports”, says Export representative Nadette Moussa.

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600450 Egyptians bet on Brazilian glass market
Date: 26 May 2014

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