GPD India announces final program and opens participant registration

Date: 5 November 2008
Special Focus on Solar Technology and Energy Efficiency GPD – the Glass Performance Days is ready for the launch of its first ever GPD India Seminar.

The two-day event opens on December 5th 2008 and is staged in conjunction with the ZAK Glasstech 2008 Exhibition in New Delhi. The focus of the GPD seminar is on solar technology, energy efficiency and security glass in construction. Other topics relate to current state-of-the art in glass construction and cotemporary architectural solutions and the many special aspects of working with high-performance security glass throughout the supply chain.

GPD India 2008 Final Program is now ready

You can review though the link below. It will be kept up-to-date and supplemented with new information at the GPD website 

GPD India 2008 - Final Program

Registration for GPD India is open!

International participants outside India are invited to register at or contact Ms. Sari Kamula (tel. +358-10-5006273, fax +358-10-500 6180, e-mail:

Indian participants should register through ZAK Trade Fairs and Exhibitions PVT, Ltd, the organizers of the Glass Technology India Exhibition. The fee is INR 2500 per person. To register, please contact Mr. Prasanna (tel. +91-97 8999 0908, fax: +91-44-2820 2728, e-mail:

The registration fee includes a two day conference program, material, coffees and lunches.

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