Glassman Asia event 2019

Glassman Asia event 2019
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Date: 15 January 2019

Glassman Asia 2019 takes place at JI Expo, Jakarta, Indonesia 30-31 January 2019. The combined exhibition and conference are focused on the latest trends in glassmaking.

The 2019 Glassman Asia exhibition and conference are focused on the latest trends in glassmaking such as digital manufacturing, energy efficiency and sustainability.

Glassman Asia event 2019The exhibition will host leading international technology specialists from the glassmaking process, from raw materials and batch through to the cold end. These include Germany’s Zippe, Italy’s BDF Industries, the UK’s Electroglass, AGR International, Emmeti, Sorg, FIC UK and Strutz International.

The conference has confirmed Fives Stein, Eurotherm and Pneumofore as some of the speakers, and topics to be covered include “Electric Melting (and application to Container Glass)”, “The Only future for the Glass industry is All Electric” and “Efficiency criteria for long term energy savings”.

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