Glass World 2010 promises bigger, better business for region's growing glass industry

With the Middle East and its neighbouring regions identified as one of the key growth markets for the glass industry, Glass World 2010, the Middle East's largest exhibition for glass products & glass technology, is set to attract this edition more than 10,000 industry professionals to Egypt during 05 -07 May , 2010.

It has gained a reputation as the gateway for real business opportunities within the region.

Now in its 4th edition, Glass World Exhibition is expected to connect more companies than ever, as a large number of firms that directly serve the industry have already signed up for Glass World 2010, incorporating recommendations from companies and associations from different countries including Turkey, Italy, Germany, China, Belgium, Finland, USA, and Egypt will also be on hand at Glass World 2010 to introduce a wide range of new products & machinery to the local market.

The Middle East and North Africa are planning investments amounting to US$600 billion over the next five years – even in spite of the global economic crisis. In a ranking of 59 countries, “FDI Intelligence“ranks Egypt 2nd in Africa with regard to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in FY 2009/2010. Only South Africa was able to attract more investments. This affected on the growing of the glass industry in Egypt, it continues to post steady growth and is becoming increasingly modernized, as there are thus substantial prospects for foreign manufacturers to start or expand their business in the domestic market. Also based on the “Doing Business 2009“the World Bank has published a report “Doing Business in the Arab World 2009“. Of the 20 countries researched, only Egypt and Saudi Arabia were described as “systematic reformers“.

Therefore, thinking highly of the glass market in Egypt and Middle East, all the world famous glass manufacturers and suppliers very cherished this opportunity of exchange over Glass World Exhibition.

Moreover, the high demand for flat glass and container glass in the Middle East which has emerged in the region in the 5 past years, it highlights Glass World 2010 as a vital event driving the glass industry in the region.

As a market-leading event, Glass World 2010 has always strived to stay ahead of the curve. With a range of new initiatives this year, including a more interactive glass technology seminar programme which will give more focus on the interesting & useful technology to the region's market, and on providing a venue where visitors can learn more about the glass industry and meet the most highly qualified operators in the business. Further to the expanded use of local & international media, we hope to push the envelope even further and deliver a truly results-oriented event for our participants.

Contact us now to join this list of the dynamic suppliers to the glass industry who are doing business at Glass World 2010!

600450 Glass World 2010 promises bigger, better business for region's growing glass industry
Date: 12 January 2010

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