OmniDecor at Glassbuild America 2005 and Vitrum 2005

Date: 16 September 2005
Source: OmniDecor
OmniDecor will participate from 13th to 15th September 2005 in Atlanta at "GlassBuild America 2005" (Stand 317 and 319 Hall B2 Aisle 300) and from 5th to 8th October in Milan at "Vitrum" 2005 (Pad. 15/II, Stand B81)OmniDecor SpA, an Italian Company based in Erba (Como, Italy) and a world leader in the production of acid-etched glass for architecture and design, will participate at “GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo”, at the Atlanta World Congress Center (Stand 317 and 319 Hall B2 Aisle 300) from 13th to 15th September 2005.

After that it will also participate, from 5th to 8th October, at the 14th edition of "Vitrum" in Milan (Pav. 15/II, Stand B81).
During these important exhibitions OmniDecor will show its production of high quality acid-etched glass for use in architecture and design, to meet all requirements, both aesthetic and practical.

At its stands, OmniDecor will exhibit the main product lines, i.e DecorFlou (acid-etched glass), DecorGem (acid-etched glass with a ceramic frit at the back) and DecorIdea (pattern glass).

Practical, resistant, elegant, perfectly smooth and homogeneous, OmniDecor products are resistant to atmospheric agents, smog and stains. OmniDecor acid-etched glass is easy to clean and the distinctive light and colour features are very resistant.
All OmniDecor acid-etched glass satisfies the most stringent quality controls to meet the requirements of UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 and the environmental requirements of UNI EN ISO 14001:2004.

During the exhibitions OmniDecor staff will be on hand to speak with designers, architects, journalists and operators of the sector.
Further information regarding OmniDecor and its products can be found on the company's new website:

600450 OmniDecor at Glassbuild America 2005 and Vitrum 2005
Date: 16 September 2005
Source: OmniDecor

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