ISAGMT 2008 to be delayed

In view of the participation of China Ceramics Society (CCS) and DMG Media, the organizing committee held an emergency meeting and decided to delay the 2008 International Symposium on Advanced Glass Melting Technology (ISAGMT) from December 2-4, 2008 to May 10-12, 2009 and change the name to 2009 ISAGMT.

The ISAGMT takes place every two years, which is consistent with the China Glass held in Shanghai, and 3 days prior to China Glass.

China Ceramics Society (CCS)

600450 ISAGMT 2008 to be delayed
Date: 25 November 2008

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