Pilkington: VASA Sponsors Industry Fair

Date: 25 September 2009
Source: Pilkington
The Argentine float operation VASA was the main sponsor of the recent ALUVI 2009 trade fair for the aluminium and glass industry.

More than 300 companies exhibited at the five-day event, which was held alongside the Batimat Expovivienda homes fair at La Rural showground in the centre of Buenos Aires. The Ekoglass IGU manufacturers' organisation were also among the show's sponsors and liaised with VASA on a series of talks and presentations led by architect Daniel Bergant, head of technical assistance at VASA.The Argentine float operation VASA was the main sponsor of the recent ALUVI 2009 trade fair for the aluminium and glass industry.
 
More than 300 companies exhibited at the five-day event, which was held alongside the Batimat Expovivienda homes fair at La Rural showground in the centre of Buenos Aires.
 
The Ekoglass IGU manufacturers' organisation were also among the show's sponsors and liaised with VASA on a series of talks and presentations led by architect Daniel Bergant, head of technical assistance at VASA.

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