Official Dates for Vitrum 2015

The glass industry’s Italian appointment is slated for 6 – 9 October 2015 at the Fiera Milano exhibition complex in Rho.

The highlights of the event, now being held for the 19th time, will be the most leading-edge glass products and machinery from around the world for industry, buildings, furniture and the home. 

The year 2015 will be an important one for Italy: Expo 2015 will place the international spotlight on Milan which will be welcoming millions of visitors eager to discover and appreciate the finest offerings from Italy and around the world in a unique setting.

Vitrum, the international event that has recently attracted more than 20,000 visitors, is scheduled to take place during this period. Exhibitors can therefore take advantage ofthis opportunity to welcome a wider, qualified public, surrounded by a host of all-Italian style offerings and events.

A special focus will be given to leading Made in Italy glass technology, which took up about 70% of the exhibition space at the last Vitrum: products by Italian companies that have earned Italy its reputation as an international leader in the glass industry.

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Date: 5 June 2014

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