Iran Glass 2017: a successful event

Iran Glass 2017: a successful event
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Date: 10 May 2017

The first edition of the show increased the partnership between Iranian glassworks and European and Asian glass suppliers.

Iran Glass closed yesterday registering valid business deals and promising contacts.

During the two-day event 30 participating companies – leading suppliers of machinery and technological solutions for the glass industry – welcomed professional visitors coming from Iran, Azerbaijan, Italy, Lebanon, Turkey, UAE, etc…

The most important Iranian glassworks attended the show and also had the chance to participate in the workshops given by some exhibitors.

Iran is for sure a economically attractive country with a great potential and the the glass sector is already an integral part of the country’s modern industrial landscape but it constantly needs to get technological updates. For this reason Iran Glass has been a first useful meeting between supply and demand, which is scheduled to come back in the near future.

And now all eyes on Colombia Glass, which will take place 24-25 October 2017 in Bogotá,

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