SCHOTT AG at Glasstec 2012

GlasstecDüsseldorf, GermanyBooth 11/A20We make SCHOTT  part of everyone´s life– that is the motto of  SCHOTT at the  glasstec -October 23rd till 26th, 2012 -  the world larges trade fair for the glass industry and its suppliers  in  Duesseldorf.

SCHOTT can be found in so many products and services that everyone comes into contact with each day – At work, at home, and almost everywhere else.More about this fair>Participating UnitsTubingArchitecture and DesignHometechXensationGlasstec

Düsseldorf, Germany

Booth 11/A20

We make SCHOTT  part of everyone´s life

– that is the motto of  SCHOTT at the  glasstec -

October 23rd till 26th, 2012 -  the world larges trade fair for the glass industry and its suppliers  in  Duesseldorf.

SCHOTT can be found in so many products and services that everyone comes into contact with each day – At work, at home, and almost everywhere else.

More about this fair>

Participating Units

Tubing

Architecture and Design

Hometech

Xensation

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