Glasstech Asia 2013 Strives to Make a Greater Contribution to Local Economic Development

As one of the most important exhibitions in Southeast Asia, Glasstech Asia attracts thousands of exhibitors and customers from all over the world to take part in this grand meeting every year.

There is no doubt that it makes a great contribution to the local economic development.   This year, Malaysia aims to generate US$18.5 million (RM59 million) in business deals from the Glasstech Asia Exhibition, which will contribute significantly to the country's economic growth.

Glasstech Asia 2013 will be held in the international convention centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from November 25 to 27. Malaysian Glass Association Chairman Ho Sai Woo said the three-day exhibition will be an excellent platform for glass manufacturing and glass processing players, such as the glass manufacturers and glass tempering machine manufacturers across the globe to set foot and tap into the growing Southeast Asian market. LandGlass has already reserved the boot, the sales managers of LandGlass will wait for you in Hall 5, Stand 5E03 with its international advanced tempering technology.

600450 Glasstech Asia 2013 Strives to Make a Greater Contribution to Local Economic Development
Date: 21 November 2013

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