New conference speakers announced

Glassman Europe 2011 will take place on 25 – 26 May 2011 in Barcelona and will provide the ultimate business experience combining a 2 day exhibition and conference.

New speakers have been added to the programme featuring case studies, product profiles and market analysis presented by key players from the international glass production and processing industries including:

- Fermac

- Glass Service Inc

- Pneumofore

- Pyrotek

- Saint-Gobain SEFPRO

- SKLOSTROJ

- SORG

- XPAR Vision

The conference will be held within the exhibition hall and is FREE TO ATTEND for all visitors to Glassman Europe 2011.

For further information regarding Glassman Europe 2011 visit www.glassmanevents.com/europe

600450 New conference speakers announced glassonweb.com
Date: 12 May 2011
Source: Quartz Publishing & Exhibitions Ltd

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