Glasstech Asia expo opens today

Southeast Asia ’s largest glass exhibition, Glasstech Asia 2008, will open at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre in the city’s Phu My Hung new urban area in District 7 on Nov. 20.

Organisers say the three-day exhibition will bring together the world’s latest technological innovations and market practices in glass materials, manufacturing and processing under one roof.

Spread over an area of 7,000sq.m, the exhibition will showcase presentations of 174 exhibitors from 29 countries, including impressive large-scale country pavilions for China, Germany, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Vietnam.

Seminars held during the exhibition will have industry professionals including architects, contractors, property developers, automobile makers, glass manufacturers, engineers, interior designers and suppliers of glass products exchange experiences and look at future trends.

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