Imsa Impex at VITRUM 2011

IMSA was as usual present at the International Fair Vitrum in Milan, where both machinery and material producers presented the latest trends in the processing of flat glass.

Despite the smaller exhibited surface of all the exhibitors, we observed a slight rise of interest and demand from glaziers and visitors. This also applies to our markets, where in many cases we observed the customer's need to invest in new technology or replace older equipment, investments that due to the financial difficulties of recent years were lagged behind.

On a 60 m2 large exhibited area, the whole IMSA Group was a connecting element between the manufacturers of equipment and materials (Italian and foreign) and the final beneficiaries of Central and Eastern Europe, with many meetings and conversations with both the business already well established as the new partners. Success of these meetings continue to proves that perseverance and professionalism at work are paying off, which gives us trust and optimism for future.

600450 Imsa Impex at VITRUM 2011
Date: 14 November 2011
Source: Imsa Impex S.r.l.

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