From March 10 to 13, 2011 the Tüyap Exhibition Center in Istanbul hosted a 3-in-1 event for the glass resp. window sector - the „Glass Expo Istanbul“, the „Istanbul Window“ and the „Door Expo“.

The exhbition stands of 545 exhibitors from 21 countries covered all of the 98.000 m2 of the 12 pavilions. Around 40.000 experts visited the show. Approx. 85 % turkish visitors were registered, most of them came from Istanbul and its surroundings. The main part of the 15 % of foreigners originated from Iran. Turkey and especially the mega city on the Bosporus are currently investing in respectable building projects with modern glass design which makes this market quite interesting for insulating glass

lines and glass processing machinery.

The „live“-demonstrations of the cutting line were always attracting the crowd

LiSEC presented a combined float/laminated glass cutting line for medium production capacities featuring a tiltable high-precision cutting table for direct loading. The numerous visitors acclaimed not only the high cutting speed and the easy operation of the machine but especially the extremely high cutting quality of the laminated glass sheets. Compared to other exhibiting competitors there were worlds apart.

Although the turkish market in general is not easy to deal with – there are a lot of local manufacturers offering glass machinery for the basic segment for incredibly low prices – LiSEC’s outstanding product quality, the professional presentation at the show and the intensive customer care by the sales team consolidated the high reputation which LiSEC savours already for decades in this country and thus created the foundation for further success in business.

Many visitors from Iran were interested in glass processing

Date: 8 April 2011
Source: Lisec

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