Vitrum 2003: An ever-growing show

Date: 10 December 2002
Source: Vitrum
The ongoing increase in exhibitor and visitor numbers seen at VITRUM in recent years reached its peak in 2001, confirming the tremendous interest aroused by the Milan exhibition among those in the trade, and the important role of Italian machinery, accessories and special products in the production, processing and transformation of glass.

The four busy days of Vitrum 2001, packed with meetings and discussions, left the clear impression that this is the big international showcase of a healthy, vibrant industry.

421 exhibitors, a surface area of 27,219 square meters, 16,284 visitors from 78 countries: these figures for 2001 are tangible proof of the exhibition’s success which started out 26 years ago, way back in 1979, and has continued to grow ever since to become a premier international event for the glass industry. With these outstanding results, VITRUM 2003 will open the doors of the 13th show from 25 to 28 June in pavilions 14, 15 and 16 at Fiera Milano.

For further information contact:
Vitrum Secretariat
Via Petitti 16 – 20149 Milan, Italy
Tel. +39/02.33006099
Fax +39/02.33005630

600450 Vitrum 2003: An ever-growing show
Date: 10 December 2002
Source: Vitrum

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