Saint-Gobain Glass Trade Conference 2013 in Linz (A)

The Saint-Gobain Glass Trade Conference 2013 will be held in the Design Center Linz (A) - a joint event of Saint-Gobain Glass and the Austrian CLIMAplusSECURIT partners.

Eckelt glass, Ertl Glas, Glas Ziegler, C. Bergmann Glas, Wenna Glas and Steindl Glas. In addition, once again in 2013, numerous exhibitors from the various supplier fields will also be represented.     


The themes in 2013 are:

•Market trends for glass and windows

•Glass in public rooms

•Glass in action - demonstration of fire and pendulum impact tests


•Glass in the photovoltaic system

•Building and sustainability - ÖGNB

Saint-Gobain Glass Trade Conference 2013

Start: 9.00 hours (admission as of 8.00 hours)

End: 16.00 hours (opportunity for personal discussions until 19.00 hrs.)

The event is free of charge, pre-registration is required.

Registration: By Fax: +49 (0) 64 41/97 89-659 (12 Cent/Min. from German landlines,16 Cent/Min. from Austrian landlines)

600450 Saint-Gobain Glass Trade Conference 2013 in Linz (A)
Date: 22 February 2013

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