Inagas flies the flag across the globe

Inagas flies the flag across the globe
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The exhibition season is in full swing and Inagas - having just recently returned from GlassBuild America - is busy making plans for the next stop, Glasstec.

“Although we are based in the UK, around 40% of our business is from overseas customers, so it’s important for us to have a worldwide presence at relevant exhibitions,” explains Chris Kemp, Inagas Director.

“Over the years we have developed a variety of machinery specifically to suit individual market places as we understand the complexities of each. We recently demonstrated the Smartfill 2 at GlassBuild America and are currently finalising plans to take our Smartspeed to Glasstec in October. December will see us head to Zak Glass with our Interfill and plans are already in place for our attendance at China Glass in May 2019 where we’ll be unveiling a new gas filling solution.” 

“Exposure across the globe gives us an insight into each market. There’s nothing better than a live demonstration and exhibitions continue to provide an ideal platform for us to get face to face with people and show them what we can offer. GlassBuild was a really busy show for us and we’re hoping that Glasstec will prove to be too. If you’re planning on making the trip, be sure to come and see us and see the on the Atlantic Machinery Stand.”

Inagas will be demonstrating the high speed gas filling machine ‘Smartspeed’ from Hall 15, Stand G50 at Glasstec in Dusseldorf from 23rd – 26th October 2018.

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