More than 800 companies already applied for Glasstec 2002

Over 800 companies have already booked around 49,000 square metres at Glasstec 2002. At the last staging in 2000, Glasstec was able to confirm its status as international leader, evidenced by the share of foreign exhibitors totalling well over half (58 percent), and international visitors (45 percent).

Visitor and exhibitor surveys show that glasstec's concept is a crystal-clear success. The industry relies on glass machinery and equipment to give this sophisticated material the quality for which it is renowned the world over. Special presentations and a symposium will generate momentum well beyond 2002.

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