Welcome to the German Pavilion at Mir Stekla 2012!

Mir Stekla 201213 - 16 June 2012Moscow, RussiaWelcome to the official presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany at Mir Stekla 2012.Russia and the CIS states stay one of the most dynamic markets for the processing and refining of glass.

The well-known know-how of German companies is warmly welcomed within this process by the Russian specialists.

At Mir Stekla 2012 33 manufacturers of machinery and plant for the glass industry will show the latest technologies and innovations to the Russian market. The scope of German companies covers a wide range of products, including software systems and automation processes for the glass industry. It starts from ovens and mixers to machinery for the refining of flat, hollow and special glass. Most of the companies have attended Mir Stekla for several years; a big part of them have already established Russian offices in Moscow or the CIS-states.

The German companies will show you highly innovative concepts for the production of glass which include all the advantages which are implied by the expression "made in Germany": high reliability, high availability, long life cycle, highest security standards, low maintenance costs as well as high environmental compatibility.

The German companies aim on long lasting partnership with the Russian glass industry. The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry and the Forum Glass Technology within VDMA welcome you - the Russian experts for glass - at the official German participation in Pavilion 1 and Forum.

Visit us and learn about the latest technology "made in Germany".

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