Emhart Glass Returns To Glasstec

Emhart Glass returns to Glasstec in Düsseldorf, Germany in October with a modern hospitality stand that will also serve as a gateway to major equipment displays to be shown during the week-long open house at our manufacturing facility in Neuss.

Located at Stand Number B45 in Hall 13, the Emhart Glass booth will include information on our products and services and will feature two static displays of new innovations in container handling and inspection.

Shuttle bus service will be provided between Glasstec and Neuss where customers will be able to see working equipment, as well as talk to technical experts. Equipment planned for the Neuss open house includes:

NIS quad-gob section equipped with the latest version of the new FlexIS Process Control System, as well as InVertiFlow mold cooling, a new pusher, and improved conveyor.

All Veritas inspection systems (iM, iB, and iC) set up with new vision inspection innovations to be unveiled for the first time at the open house.

“We are pleased to be returning to this important event for our industry,” said Martin Jetter, president of Emhart Glass. “We have a lot to talk about and there will be a lot to see in Neuss. We hope our customers will join us both at Glasstec and in Neuss.”

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