Gulf Glass Exhibitors Go With The Flow

Date: 3 February 2009
Source: Middle East Glass Magazine
Independently organised, dedicated to glass manufacturing and processing, staged in the UAE and continuing to be accessible and affordable – these factors go together to make the right exhibit package and have drawn wide support from a fascinating international cross-section of participants who will showcase in Sharjah from 16-18 March this year.


If things have gone into reverse elsewhere, then the Gulf area still provides an uplift where systems with glass, and for glass, are concerned.  The recent order for $67 million worth of glass and aluminium for Jumeirah Lakes, the massive new operations hubs for Danube Building Materials, the contracts worth $740 million handed out for the Doha Convention Center & Tower – all examples of continued serious investment which will keep demand levels up and provide a springboard for the expansion of existing glassmaking facilities and investment in new ones.

The 3rd Gulf Glass exhibition has once again proved a draw for leading names from the Gulf, the Middle East and much further afield.  Already it’s been confirmed that major exhibitors from China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, UAE, UK and USA will participate in the three-day event at the ExpoCentre Sharjah.  They’re in the melt and hitting the industry’s hotspot.

“We look forward to hosting ‘regulars’ from our two previous editions as well, I am happy to say, as a good number of first-time exhibitors from various countries,” commented Event Director, Kevin Hudson of Gattaca Communications.  “This structure and the centre that we use suits the showcasing of glass technologies to the GCC and Middle East visitor base and we are conscious that the overall presentation and message remains highly focussed and undiluted.

“The exhibiting companies are making a direct pitch to their core customers and are not having at Gulf Glass to sort the wheat from the chaff in a generalised, pot pourri type of building show.  We are looking forward to the continuing support of the whole region’s glass manufacturing and processing industry and I am sure the visiting executives will find much to interest them and enable their companies to take operations one step further in the rapid development programmes characteristic of the region.”

Gulf Glass 2009 will take place from 16-18 March at the ExpoCentre Sharjah, in conjunction with DWRW (Doors & Windows, Roofs & Walls Middle East).


Adelio Lattuada Srl – Italy

Ambeg Dr J Dichter GmbH – Germany

Angstrom Sciences Inc – USA

Artech Publishing Srl – Italy

Asian Glass – UK

Beijing All Brilliant Technology Co Ltd – China

Beijing Joining International – China

Beijing Leway Co Ltd – China

Benteler Maschinenbau GmbH & Co KG – Germany

Boukan Glass Tools Co – Iran


Changshu Brother Glass Mould Co – China

Changshu Xingfu Glass Building Material Co Ltd – China

China SGS – China

Clear Thinking Software Ltd – UK

Corpotrade LLC – UAE

Creative Resins Distribution Ltd – UK

Decra Led – UK

Dr Schenk GmbH – Germany

Dukhiram Maurya Eng & Refractory Works Ltd – India

Ernst Pennekamp GmbH & Co OHG       – Germany

Fair-Management AG     – Germany

FIAC SpA – Italy

Fives Stein – France

FOR.EL. SpA – Italy

Foshan Hundi Metal Products Co Ltd – China

Fushan Glass Machinery Co Ltd – China

Gedevelop AB – Sweden

German Suppliers Pavilion – Germany

GIMAV (Italian) Suppliers Pavilion – Italy – Germany – Italy

GGF – The Glass & Glazing Federation – UK/UAE

Glass Market Consultancy – Netherlands

Glassrobots Oy – Finland

Glaston Corporation – Finland

GMC GmbH – Germany

HEGLA GmbH & Co KG – Germany

HFT (Henry F Teichmann Inc) – USA

HUBTEX Maschinenbau GmbH & Co KG – Germany

Intermac Glass Division – Italy

ISRA Surface Vision GmbH – Germany

JSJ Jodeit GmbH – Germany

Kaltun Mining Co – Turkey

Landglass Technology Co Ltd – China

Langendorf GmbH – Germany

Lattimer Ltd – UK

LGT – Lambert Glass Tempering – UK

Liaoning North Glass Machine Co Ltd – China

Lifeng Plastic & Rubber Co Ltd – China

Lisec Middle East FZE – UAE

MACOTEC – Macchine di Tecnologia – Italy

MHG Strahlanlagen GmbH – Germany

Middle East Glass Magazine – Egypt

Middle East World Factories Equipments (MeEQUIP) – UAE

OGIS GmbH – Germany

PBPH Techglass Sp z o o – Poland

Poco Graphite – USA

Robo-Meca – France

Sklostroj Turnov CZ s r o – Czech Republic

Tenon (Beijing) Equipment Co Ltd – China

Terruzzi Fercalx SpA – Italy

Tokai Carbon Italia Srl – Italy

Waltec Maschinen GmbH – Germany

Zhengzhou Xinyuangse Refractory Co Ltd – China

Zibo Yumin Refractory Material & Technology Co Ltd – China

Zippe Industrieanlagen GmbH – Germany


The exhibition website, which includes a link for visitors to pre-register, is 

All enquiries regarding the exhibition can be made to: or direct to the Event Director at

Telephone enquiries should be directed to the organisers, Gattaca Communications, on: +44 203 239 5572

Fax enquiries should be made to: +44 1538 398987


600450 Gulf Glass Exhibitors Go With The Flow
Date: 3 February 2009
Source: Middle East Glass Magazine

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