Glaverbel presents the world premiere of its nine-language website devoted entirely to glass products

Glaverbel recently rolled out the Russian version of its product website -- www.MyGlaverbel.com -- at Mir Stekla (World of Glass), Russia's largest glass show in Moscow.

This website for glass used in architectural and interior applications is the only one of its kind in the world providing information in nine languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Czech, Polish and Russian. It is a real glass encyclopaedia featuring 46,000 richly illustrated pages and photos giving a clear and in-depth look at applications, functions and types.When registering online (free of charge) the visitor receives an information package which can be consulted online and which is tailored to his or her profile; extra services are provided in the 'My Glass Toolbox' module. Powerful search engines help keep the site very user friendly.

By making the website available in Russian, Glaverbel is providing added value for its Russian customers, architects, consultants and others. As the only Western European glass producer in Russia – with its own factories and own distribution network -- Glaverbel is in a position to offer glass professionals a unique service.

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Date: 15 September 2004
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