Official sponsors announce for Glassman Europe 2003

DMG world media announced that 3 official sponsors for Glassman Europe 2003 have already been confirmed.

The quality of support is a strong reflection of the importance placed upon the event by the European primary glass manufacturing industry.L'institute du Verre, representing the French glassmaking industry, is happy to support what is to them a local event.The Institute is also organizer of the conference that will run alongside the exhibition, details of which will be announced soon.

FEVE, the representative body of the European glass container industry, are regular supporters and sponsors of glass container events throughout Europe.

British Glass, the British Glass Manufacturers Confederation (BGMC), have been unswerving supports of Glassman Europe since 1986

Additional sponsors are expected to be announced during the coming weeks.

600450 Official sponsors announce for Glassman Europe 2003
Date: 7 September 2002
Source: Glass Digest

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