GLASSTEC 2010: 13,000 SQUARE METERS FOR MADE IN ITALY

After a busy first semester that saw Italian companies participating in leading international events, first and foremost in Brazil and China, the most important post-summer appointment for the second half of the year is Düsseldorf Glasstec on 28 September-1 October.

Gimav will be taking its member companies to the German trade show where two entire areas have been reserved, Pavilion 16 for flat glass and Pavilion 13 for hollow glass exhibitors. A massive turnout comprising 46 flat glass and 9 hollow glass companies, providing a taste of the best Made-in-Italy glass processing products.

The timing of Glasstec is particularly significant because the international recovery that is slowly gaining momentum, and above all the increasingly significant growth of rapidly developing countries such as China and Brazil, offer a not-to-be-missed opportunity for Italian companies to reaffirm their long-established leadership but that requires ongoing efforts and investments to retain.

In the first quarter of this year, Italian machine-building industry exports increased by a very encouraging 3.2% vs. the first quarter of 2009. Similarly, exports in the area of components rose by 3.1% over the same period. Data from Federmacchine (Italian Federation of Associations of manufacturers of capital goods for industrial and non-industrial manufacturing processes) show that 40% of companies surveyed are positive about current domestic demand, whereas 42% expect it to rise in the near future and 56.5% think foreign demand is on the rise. 

Italian participants in Glasstec are traditionally very aggressive. All the more so this year, as all sector companies, especially those with the best credentials in terms of technology, will try to identify which business and success opportunities the market can offer today.

There seems to have been a positive turnaround compared to last year, even if the full force of the upturn cannot yet be ascertained. This phenomenon influences a sector that, with the exception of the unfortunate 2008/2009 period, experienced almost constant growth between 2000 and 2008, leading to an overall 23.5% production increase. Export performance has certainly contributed as the main driving force of this growth, with an export/production ratio that rose from 60% in 2000 to 66% in 2009.

Within this field, machinery and accessories for glass processing have always maintained a position of world leadership, supported by the growing needs of new markets that are very appreciative of being able to produce good or excellent quality products despite lacking the basic production technologies and skilled labor. The machines designed in Italy are renowned throughout the world for offering a unique blend of technological innovation and ease of management, complemented by a readily available technical service offered by large supply companies and the willingness to fully understand the needs of local manufacturers. This precious wealth of technological credibility and reliability is coordinated by Gimav with all the care and dedication that it deserves: for the occasion, 13,000 square meters of Made in Italy will be made available at Glasstec to visitors from around the world.

THE WHO’S WHO OF MADE IN ITALY AT GLASSTEC

There is a strong presence of Italian companies at Glasstec: in fact Gimav attracted 46 companies from the flat glass sector and 9 from the hollow glass sector, in a total area of around 11,000 square meters. To offer a complete image of Made in Italy players participating in Glasstec 2010, the following is a complete list of Gimav member companies exhibiting at the German event, including a brief introduction to each and links to their website. All you have to do is choose between Flat Glass and Hollow Glass.

Flat glass - Pad. 16

A host of Gimav member companies will take part in Glasstec 2010: 46 in the flat-glass segment (Pavilion 16, beside), and 9 in the hollow-glass segment (Pavilion 13, lower floor).

ADELIO LATTUADA

www.adeliolattuada.com – Stand: 16 F22

Edging and bevelling machines

Washing

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

ADI SpA

www.aditools.com - Stand: 16 D32

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

ALU PRO

www.alupro.it – Stand: 16 C57

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

APB Antonio Piazza

www.apbsrl.it – Stand: 16 A57

Handling and storage

BELFORTGLASS SrL

www.belfortglass.it – Stand: 16 D73

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

BIESSE INTERMAC

www.intermac.com – Stand: 16 A59

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

BIESSE DIAMUT

www.diamut.com – Stand: 16 C56

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

BOTTERO SpA

www.bottero.com – Stand: 16 C05/16 C21

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Mirror - making and silvering

Laminated glass plants

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

BOVONE DIAMOND TOOLS

www.bovonediamond.com – Stand: 16 D40

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

 

BOVONE ELETTROMECCANICA

www.bovone.com – 16 D42

Edging and bevelling machines

Washing

Mirror - making and silvering

Laminated glass plants

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

CEFLA

www.cefafinishinggroup.com – Stand: 16 A60

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

CMB BESANA

www.cmbesana.com – Stand: 16 F42

Handling and storage

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

CMS

www.cms.it – Stand: 16 A19

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Engraving

Other accessories and equipment

DELTA srl

www.deltasrl.191.it – Stand: 16 A56

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

DENVER

www.denver.sm – Stand: 16 F20/16 F23

Engraving

DOGO SrL

www.dogo.it – Stand: 16 F28

Edging and bevelling machines

FBS PROFILATI

www.fbsprofilati.it – Stand: 16 C41

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Other accessories and equipment

 

FENZI SpA

www.fenzigroup.com – Stand: 16 C47

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Sandblasting

Washing

Mirror - making and silvering

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Tempering and bending

Other accessories and equipment

 

FOR.EL

www.forelspa.com – Stand: 16 A21

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Washing

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

FORVET SrL

www.forvet.it – Stand: 16 A21

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

GEMATA (div. Rollmac)

www.rollmac.it – Stand: 16 A41

Mirror - making and silvering

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

HELIOS ITALQUARTZ

www.heliositalquartz.com – Stand: 16 C43

Cutting

Washing

Mirror - making and silvering

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

Tempering and bending

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

IANUA

www.ianua.net – Stand: 16 F31

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Washing

Laminated glass plants

Tempering and bending

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

IMSA IMPEX

www.imsa.it – Stand: 16 D59

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Sandblasting

Washing

Mirror - making and silvering

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

Tempering and bending

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

Other accessories and equipment

ITALMATIC

www.italmatic.net – Stand: 16 D32

Handling and storage

KERAGLASS

www.keraglass.com – Stand: 16 D60

Handling and storage

Laminated glass plants

Tempering and bending

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

LANZETTA ALDO & C.

www.lanzettaaldo.it – Stand: 16 D34

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

LOVATI Fratelli

www.lovatifratelli.com – Stand: 16 D57

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

MACOTEC

www.macotec.it – Stand: 16 F60/16 F70

Cutting

Software and systems

 

MARVAL

www.marvalglass.com – Stand: 16 F43

Washing

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

MISTRELLO SrL

www.movetro.it – Stand: 16 A70

Handling and storage

MOLE MORESCHI SrL

www.molemoreschi.com – Stand: 16 C35

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

 

NEPTUN

www.neptunglass.com – Stand: 16 D15

Special services

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Washing

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

NUOVA OXIDAL

www.nuovaoxidal.com – Stand: 16 F37

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

Other accessories and equipment

OFFICINE MISTRELLO

www.mistrello.it – Stand: 16 F59

Handling and storage

OPTIMA

www.optima.it – Stand: 16 C39

Cutting

Software and systems

PEZZA Fratelli

www.fratelli-pezza.com – Stand: 16 D41

Sandblasting

PROFILGLASS

www.profilglass.it – Stand: 16 F38

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

RBB Brazzi Roberto

www.rbbimola.com – Stand: 16 A38

Handling and storage

Cutting

Drilling

RBM ITALIA

www.rbmitalia.com – Stand: 16 D19

Edging and bevelling machines

SCHIATTI ANGELO SrL

www.schiattiangelosrl.com – Stand: 16 D21

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

SIAPI SrL

www.siapi.com – Stand: 16 C37

Edging and bevelling machines

TRIULZI CESARE

www.triulzi.com – Stand: 16 C42

Edging and bevelling machines

Washing

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

TYROLIT VINCENT SpA

www.tyrolit.com – Stand: 16 F25

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

VITRODODI International Co.

www.vitrododi.com – Stand: 16 D29

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Sandblasting

Washing

Mirror - making and silvering

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Laminated glass plants

Tempering and bending

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

Other accessories and equipment

ZAFFERANI GLAS SrL

www.zafferani.com – Stand: 16 F56

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Washing

Insulating glass - sealed unit production

Miscellaneous machinery and plants 

Hollow glass - Pad. 13

ANTONINI SrL

www.antoninisrl.com – Stand: 13 D20

Production of hollow glass

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

BDF Boscato & Dalla Fontana

www.bdf.it – Stand: 13 D15

Production of hollow glass

Special services

BOTTERO

www.bottero.com – Stand: 13 C05

Handling and storage

Cutting

Edging and bevelling machines

Drilling

Engraving

Mirror - making and silvering

Laminated glass plants

Software and systems

Miscellaneous machinery and plants

 

CAR-MET SpA

www.carmetspa.it – Stand: 13 E05

Production of hollow glass

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

GLASS SERVICE SrL

www.glasservice.it – Stand: 13 C15

Production of hollow glass

OCMI-OTG

www.ocmigroup.com – Stand: 13 E13

Production of hollow glass

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

Special services

MT FORNI INDUSTRIALI SrL

www.mtforni.com – Stand: 13 E11

Production of hollow glass

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

Special services

OLIVOTTO GLASS TECHNOLOGIES

www.olivotto.it – Stand: 13 D05

Production of hollow glass

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

Special services

TECNO 5 SrL

www.tecno5.it– Stand: 13 D16

Hollow glass processing and finishing techniques

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