GlassPrint 2009 Conference and exhibition

2009 will see the welcome return of the GlassPrint conference and exhibition - the leading event in Europe for the decoration of glass.

Being held in Germany from 25-26 November, GlassPrint 2009 will be a two-day conference that will present glassmakers and glass decorators with the latest decoration trends and new developments for the flat and container glass industries.

GlassPrint 2009 will expand upon the highly successful 2007 event and will move to the Maritim Konferenz hotel in Darmstadt (Frankfurt). The spacious facilities at this easily accessible venue will comfortably accommodate the anticipated increase in delegates and exhibitors. 

Industry experts will present delegates with the latest advanced technologies for printing onto all types of glass, covering the following areas and much more:

 - key note address

 - new directions in heavy metal-free inks

 - innovation in digital printing

 - advanced machinery technology

 - efficient pre-press technology

 - group discussions.

The event will once again be accompanied by an exhibition of specialist suppliers of equipment, consumables, technology and services, displaying the latest developments in:

 - inks

 - pre-press technology

 - printing equipment

 - supplies.

GlassPrint 2009 follows on from the previous event which was deemed an outstanding success by the international audience of 170 glassmakers, glass decorators and leading suppliers gathered in Frankfurt in November 2007. Delegates travelled from over 20 countries – not only from throughout mainland Europe and the United Kingdom, but also from long distance destinations such as Belarus, Colombia, Israel, Korea, Peru, Philippines, South Africa and the USA.

600450 GlassPrint 2009 Conference and exhibition
Date: 4 February 2009
Source: GlassPrint 2009

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