Gulf Glass Exhibition - Special Announcement

Gulf Glass is now firmly established as the leading glass show for the entire Gulf and Middle East region.Following three successful years in Sharjah and in line with our initial plans, the event will now be moving to a biennial slot.

As the Gulf market continues to mature, and of course recover from a poor 2009, the new 2 yearly profile of the event will mean that in future, there will be sufficient time between events for projects to reach fruition, and investment plans to be made.

Plans for our next show are well advanced and organisers Gattaca can confirm that the next Gulf Glass exhibition, the 4th in the series, will be held in March 2011.

In addition, w e have some very exciting news with regard to the event venue along with a variety of innovative initiatives, all of which we will reveal in October 2009 at the time of Vitrum.

This new initiative, in line with other leading shows, further illustrates that Gulf Glass is adapting to the needs of the industry.

In the meantime, to ensure you get first mover advantage on this continually evolving and expanding exhibition, contact organisers Gattaca: email Tel: +44 (0) 20 3239 5572 Fax: +44 (0) 1538 398987 Skype: gattacaltd1 

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