Glaverbel at Glasstec 2002

Glaverbel will occupy an extensive stand in hall 11 of the Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, on the occasion of the 17th biennial Glasstec exhibition from 28 October to 1 November this year.

Here they will present a very wide range of products, in particular their unrivaled range of coated glass, and revolutionary approach to e-business.

Glaverbel's presence at Glasstec will centre on three main displays. The first of these features the latest trends in architecture in the futuristic, aerial forms of a glass ship. At the centre of this 500m² display are ten large sails in a subtle combination of blue glass, wood and steel, outlining the reception and meeting area. The innovative spirit captured in the design of this stand naturally extends to the products presented, with architectural and decorative solutions introduced over the past two years offering constantly improved performance.

More than 300 of the Group's products will be available in the Glass Shuttle, the Group's mobile showroom parked outside the hall, not far from the stand.

The second display takes the form of a tunnel with optimum lighting conditions specially arranged to allow visitors to appreciate the performance of hard and soft-coated types of glass, in terms of light transmission and reflection, an area in which Glaverbel is able to claim world leadership.

Finally, the third display is an exclusive presentation of Glaverbel's revolutionary e-business project. Under the name of "Glaverbel Cyberclass," this offers a radical new vision of the Glaverbel glass world, featuring products, specifications, functions, applications, photographic references, processes ... and much more, including numerous functions such as research modules, sophisticated calculation systems, etc. A demonstration of how e-ffective and e-fficient e-communication is reinventing relations with our partners and reshaping the world of glass.

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