Imsa - One of the Largest Suppliers to Central and East European Markets

Date: 16 September 2005
Source: Imsa

Date: 13 September 2005

At Vitrum: Hall 15 - Stand E 04 08Based in Gorizia-Italy, IMSA is a company specialized in the distribution of glass, machinery and production equipment.

In addition to technology, IMSA provides customers with technical assistance and consulting on the processing, transformation and use of flat glass.

Through its branches IMSA operates indirectly in 8 countries: Glasmik (Slovenia), Promglas (Croatia), Imsar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Imglas (Serbia and Montenegro), Glascom (Hungary), Sklomat (Slovakia), Impra (the Czech republic) and Imroglass (Romania) and is directly present in Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine and Russia.

IMSA represents the following companies in Central and Eastern Europe: Saint-Gobain, Antique Mirror, Alu-pro, Bohle, Ceca, Fenzi, For.El, F.lli Pezza, Giardina, Macotec, Nuova Oxidal, Pellini, Schiatti, Tornati forni, Vitreal Specchi, Lovati, Strato, Al 7 Meipa, Officine Mistrello, Ino.

During the fair, our stand will be a meeting place for customers, as well as for other professionals interested in getting in contact with the Imsa suppliers, in order to have a closer look at their range of products.

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