The Grand Meeting of Window, Glass, and Door Industries

The  second biggest fair in the world, Istanbul Window 2013, Glassexpo Istanbul 2013 and Doorexpo  Istanbul 2013, organized by Tüyap will be held between March 13 - 16, 2013,  at Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center, Istanbul.

In  2012, the fairs welcomed 591 companies and company representatives from 28  countries.During four days, 49,794 professionals from 81 countries  visited the exhibitions which took place in 10 Halls on 80.000sqm indoor fair area.

The fairs are bringing together the  most important subjects of construction industry while gathering window, glass  and door manufacturers with the local and international professional visitors in  Istanbul, the trade center of Eurasian region. The fairs will provide important  opportunities for exhibitor companies to extend their market both in Turkey and  abroad.
In order to take your place  in the most comprehensive event of window, glass, and door industries, please  contact our sales team.
To get detailed information on these exhibitions visit our official web sites;,, and

600450 The Grand Meeting of Window, Glass, and Door Industries
Date: 19 September 2012

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