Forel Open House 2019: A 3-day event dedicated to space-time-efficiency

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Date: 5 July 2019

200 visitors per day, from 30 different Countries, for a 3-day event dedicated to the new technologies in the flat glass sector, following the "Time-Space-Efficiency" red thread.

This is the summary of the Forel Open House 2019, the usual annual appointment of FOREL with customers from all over the world: during the event, all the guests have had free access to the Vallio di Roncade (TV) plant and had the chance to look at the machinery in operation, checking first-hand the quality and reliability of FOREL solutions.

The Open House has also been enriched by a relevant program of conferences, which saw the participation of first-rate speakers such as Dario Schiff and Romano Ugolini (Guardian Glass), Luca Papaiz (Pellinindustrie-GlassAdvisor), Alex Ochoa (Fenetech) and Peter Pfannenstill (SoftSolution).

“Forel could never have reached the grand age of 43 years without a continuous commitment to interpreting what it needs to be to respond effectively to the market” explains Fortunato Vianello, Founder and CEO “Today, as we always did, we never stop asking ourselves what tools are available - and, more importantly, what tools need to be invented - to bring the glass industry closer to perfection. Many years before the term “lean production” had even been coined, Forel was already dedicated to optimising work time, the intelligent use of space and in offering its clients the most efficient technology possible. And on this topic (Time-Space-Efficiency) we planned our Open House: who choose Forel take a significant step forwards in all three of these directions”.

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