MADE IN ITALY TECHNOLOGY AT ZAK GLASS TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 2010

Date: 17 November 2010
Source: Gimav
The Gimav companies in the flat glass sector, ever more interested in the potential offered by the Indian market, will collectively participate in the most important glass trade fair in India.

At this prestigious international event – scheduled from December 3 – 5, 2010 in New Delhi – Gimav, the Italian Association of suppliers of glass machinery and accessories, will coordinate the collective participation of its associates in the flat glass sector in collaboration with ICE (Italian Institute for Foreign Trade).

The international buyers attending the fair will enjoy the presence of a significant number of Italian companies, many of which have already attended the fair during the last six editions, taking advantage of this important occasion to present new ideas on the Indian market, a concrete sign of the trust inspired by Made in Italy excellence spurring the growth of the glass industry in this country.

Within the machine tools and industrial equipment market, Italian machinery and accessories for glass processing have always been global leaders, and transformed this sector into a "Made in Italy" niche market. Machinery designed in Italy is famous and appreciated worldwide, thanks to its perfect combination of technological innovation, product quality and prompt technical support, which make it rise above all international competition.

These distinctive features and the strong participation in worldwide trade expos Gimav has always strived to promote are the winning cards that will allow Italian companies to take full advantage of all business opportunities the market has to offer.

Gimav at Zak Glass Technology International 2010: hall 18 , stand G 84.

Gimav

Gimav is the Association of Italian manufacturers and suppliers of machinery, equipment and special products for glass processing. Set up in 1980 by a small group of businessmen, Gimav plays a fundamental role in the entire glass industry both nationally and internationally. As a member of Confindustria, Federvarie and Federmacchine, during its 25 years of activity, Gimav has considerably strengthened its representative presence in the entire glass processing industry and now plays an indispensable role in relations with all private and public institutions. The sales volume of GIMAV member companies, accounts for over 70% of the industry’s total turnover posted by Italian manufacturers of machinery, accessories and special products for glass processing.

As a result of its efficacious and creditworthy activities, the Association enjoys the outstanding loyalty of its members, whose number has been growing steadily over the years. The first members were later joined by large industrial groups and, above all, by small and medium-sized companies which are the true face and the backbone of the industry. The importance of each participant, mutual respect and the fact that everybody is given the opportunity to participate and contribute to the Association’s political and management decisions have spawned a cohesive group with a strong international nature.

GIMAV Via Petitti, 16 20149 Milano – Italy Ph. +39 02 33007032 www.gimav.it

Press Office: Francesca Solera Il filo rosso Solera & associati Via Panfilo Castaldi, 33 20124 Milano - Italy Ph. +39 02 29523341 francesca.solera@ilfilorossonline.it www.ilfilorossonline.it

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