International audience at Spain's largest glass and window trade fair

International audience at Spain's largest glass and window trade fair
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From 25 to 28 October, the VETECO, Spain's largest trade fair for windows, facades and solar technology, was held in Madrid.

Numerous customers and interested parties followed our invitation to visit our booth, which was held jointly with representatives of our Spanish business partner Appglass. The VETECO attracts mainly visitors from Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries.

International audience at Spain's largest glass and window trade fair

For example, customers and interested parties from Spain, Portugal and Latin American countries not only took a look at the products and services offered by our partners, but also the latest highlights of A+W software.

International audience at Spain's largest glass and window trade fair

The number of visitors on the A+W booth, twice as high as at the last VETECO two years ago, also reflected the growing mood in the construction sector in Spain. Slowly, after the crisis of the past years, a fresh wind is blowing through the country.

This impression was confirmed by A+W and our business partners at the fair, where successful deals were made on the spot.

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