Vitrum 2012 dates are now official

Date: 21 February 2012
Source: Vitrum
The dates have been confirmed for the upcoming Vitrum event, the biennial International trade show specialized in machinery, equipment and systems for flat, bent and hollow glass and in glass and processed products for the industry.

Milan will host the 18th edition of the exhibition on October 23-26, 2013. Vitrum 2013, a highly anticipated event for international professionals and buyers, allows key players in the glass industry to introduce their most innovative products in a one-of-a-kind context that stands out compared to other trade fairs.

In fact, by successfully combining the high-tech processes with major Made-in-Italy aspects, Vitrum proves to be a true hot spot for both Italian companies, with a long history as sector leaders, and top international companies on the lookout for big business opportunities.

The 2013 edition of Vitrum will showcase the latest technological innovations across a broad spectrum of applications for flat glass (industrial glass, building glass, decorative glass) and hollow glass (tableware, bottles, special glassware for pharmaceutical and technical use), as well as sophisticated technologies aimed at energy savings and harnessing renewable energy.

600450 Vitrum 2012 dates are now official
Date: 21 February 2012
Source: Vitrum

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