Great Success for Sphinx Glass@ Glasstec in Duesseldorf

From October 21 to the 24th, in Messe Duesseldorf in Germany, Sphinx Glass showcased its latest glass products in the Number One trade fair for glass products and machinery “Glasstec”.

Speaking on behalf of Sphinx Glass, we had extremely positive results overall, said Mohamed Khattab – CEO of Sphinx Glass.We’re glad that we took part into Glasstec in this edition. Since 2010, when Sphinx Glass started operation, we had never missed an edition. This is an amazing platform for our international clientele, offering an excellent opportunity to both gain new customers and set appointments with our existing customers for discussions and to further cultivate our partnership. Although the glass industry witnessed few difficult years, we now look to the future with moderate optimism, and the trade fair provides some very interesting impulses in that regard.

From the start, we saw high-calibre visitors at our stand. The number of visitors was just right, too, and we’re confident that the industry as a whole will also return to a positive trajectory. We look forward to some really great follow-up business after the trade fair, added Mr. Khattab.

Sphinx Glass is today one of the largest independently operated float glass producers in its regions, and a large exporter to many international markets.

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Date: 3 November 2014
Source: Sphinx Glass

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