IMSA: Reference point for Central and East European market

Date: 27 September 2007
Looking towards its 30th anniversary, IMSA is proud of the pattern followed so far, which has lead to several changes since its creation in 1978.

Many East European countries, main target market of the company, have in fact undergone political and territorial changes requiring different strategies and which have imposed the need to find new markets.

The company believes in a future based on a solid distribution chain, ready to satisfy small, medium and large size clients in the glass industry in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Macedonia, Russia and Baltic countries.

Today IMSA is a leading supplier in the Central and East European market, offering a wide and complete range of products: From flat glass to basic materials and accessories and to the most advanced equipment, from spare parts to second hand machines, in addition to consulting and assistance services.

This is precisely IMSA’s strength: Offering not only top quality products to its market, but also know-how, reliability, experience, counsulting and after-sale assistance.

At VITRUM, the IMSA team will be in pavillion 24, stand K22, and will offer point of reference for its clients and other professional who are interested in getting to know in detail the products offered by represented companies: Saint-Gobain, Alu-pro, Bohle, Ceca, Fenzi, For.El, F.lli Pezza, Giardina, Lovati, Macotec, Nuova Oxidal, Pellini, Schiatti, Tornati forni, Vitreal Specchi, Strato, Al 7 Meipa, Officine Mistrello, Ino, Hoaf.

600450 IMSA: Reference point for Central and East European market
Date: 27 September 2007

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