A meeting of European window manufacturers

The Institut fr Fenstertechnik (ITF Rosenheim) will host the Rosenheim Window Days for the 29th time from Thursday, October 18 to Saturday, October 20, 2001.

This year, the program will address branch participants from Europe for the first time. The events and the specialist lectures from Friday onwards will be simultaneously interpreted and the Saturday is entirely dedicated to Europe.

Each year more than 700 participants from the window, door and fa‡ade branches and their suppliers use the Window Days, a traditional and popular event in the branch, to realign their business and to network experience. Quite a few successful cooperation have taken root here.

The companies organized in IFT Rosenheim, represented by the IFT board of directors, have now decided to set sights on Europe. The companies recognize the immense opportunities of cooperating on a European level. New concepts and approaches offer profound economic advantages: knowing what is produced on the market and how, what the market situation is in the individual countries, what is the performance spectrum of the products, how testing will progress in the future and which rules and regulations apply in the individual countries in Europe; these are interesting approaches to the future development.

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