ENKONG at Glasstec 2012 (Germany)

From 23 October  to 26 October 2012, we were presenting numerous innovations at the glasstec trade fair that is taking place in Düsseldorf.On its stand which covers an area of 120 square metres,we presented 3 machines for glass processing .

We were meet hundreds customers from all over the world, and most of them are very intersted in our glass machines such as glass beveling machine, glass miter machine,glass edging machine, pencil edging machine, drilling machine, washing machine and sandblasting machine etc.

And we got some market needs at the stand. Really thanks very much for your support all the times.

600450 ENKONG at Glasstec 2012 (Germany) glassonweb.com
Date: 6 November 2012
Source: www.enkong.net

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