Glaston - Glass South America 2012 Approaching

The main glass design and technology event in South America, Glass South America exhibition, will take place in May 16-19 in São Paulo, Brazil.

Glass South America is held every second year and it gathers together the industry professionals from the whole South America.

The second edition of GPD South America will be held in São Paulo, Brazil in May 17-18 in conjunction with the exhibition.

At the exhibition Glaston will be presenting its products and services on 540 sqm stand with several pre-processing machines and tools, as well as PC250 tempering furnace with iLooK online quality measurement system on display. For the lifecycle services we will introduce the second chamber, Low-E glass processing and control system upgrades to the existing furnace owners together with the Glaston Specialist Corner and the A+W software solutions.

At GPD South America Glaston continues the lifecycle services theme with a presentation “Services for a Lifetime: Improve your profitability”.

Visit us at Stand 125!

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