LandGlass Shines at Glasstech Asia 2013

LandGlass' international sales team took part in Glasstech Asia 2013, which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from November 25 to 27.   Visitors and LandGlass' clients from dozens of Asian countries came to our booth during the exhibition.

Our convection technology not only got the great interest from the visitors, but was spoken highly of by the clients as well. A long-time client from Malaysia stressed that thanks for the stable operation performance and excellent after-sales service of LandGlass, his furnace operates well and his company grows from small to large. He also confirmed a future order for a second furnace.  Moreover, as Landglass is already well known in Turkey glass industry, a group of Turkish glass processing companies paid their special visit to LandGlass' booth to get a better understanding of the latest technology.

Southeast Asia is one of the main markets of LandGlass. Up till now, scores of the brand new JetConvection tempering furnaces have been sold to this area. Due to the excellent operation performance and perfect service, LandGlass is winning a wider recognition and trust from more and more clients, and has become the first choice for the local glass processing market.

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Date: 12 December 2013

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