Kommerling UK: Glasstec 2016 Preview Release

Kommerling UK will be on stand C20 in Hall 17 at this year's Glasstec exhibition, taking place in Dusseldorf from September 20-23rd, 2016.

Viewed by many as the world's leading trade fair for the glass industry, mechanical engineering and glass craftsmanship, this is the ideal forum for Kommerling to present its latest product developments.

"The boundaries of what can be achieved using glass are expanding all the time and Kommerling recognises the need for continual research and development to ensure that the latest innovative building designs and applications can be realised;" said Chris Davis.

One of the company's most interesting collaborations is with South Korean company, G Smatt. The two companies have worked closely over the last few years to develop a ground breaking construction grade laminated glass with minute LEDs that bestows the glass with media functionality.

A sample installation is planned for the stand and Kommerling envisage that this will become one of this year's show's most eye catching features.

600450 Kommerling UK: Glasstec 2016 Preview Release glassonweb.com
Date: 27 June 2016
Source: www.kommerlinguk.com

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