Torlin Chemicals at Glasstec Trade Fair 2012–Düsseldorf

Torlin Chemicals will participate as an exhibitor at GLASSTEC International Trade Fair For Glass in Düsseldorf, Germany from October 23 – 26, 2012.

The trade fair attracts companies in glass and machine manufacturing, glass products, glass tools, glass artwork, glass hardware accessories, and even a large number of manufacturers in the photovoltaic industry from around the world to share their latest products and innovations. The GLASSTEC trade fair was founded in 1970, held once every two years; it has experienced 42 years of market tests to become the world's largest trade fair in the glass industry.


We are proud to announce we will be exhibiting our patented glass frosting materials, new anti-glare glass, anti-glare whiteboard, and automatic frosting production line including the world’s first automatic deep-etch production line. Since 2008, we have participated in GLASSTEC, and achieved great results; it has allowed merchants to better understand our company and products, and opened up new dialogues with customers from countries around the world. We hope this coming exhibition will further promote our products and broaden our customer base.


Our exhibition booth number is 10A04-2. We sincerely welcome you to visit us, and look forward to meeting you at GLASSTEC 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany!


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