The Glass Industry Event for Chile and South America


27-28 November, Santiago de Chile

Exploring a potential new market

Supported by: logo Achival






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The Event


Santiago de Chile

With 7,5million inhabitants, Santiago is the country’s capital city, and is the most important urban area of Chile. The metropolitan area of the city has been called Gran Santiago, and is the capital of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago. Santiago is the seventh most populated city of South America, and the 35th largest metropolitan area in the world. Chile’s capital is home to many of the country’s government (except for the National Congress, which is in Valparaiso), financial, commercial and cultural offices, and is considered as the third city of Latin America with regards to the quality of life, with an index of human development of more than 0.920, and per capita GDP of USD 18.465.

Chile’s political, institutional and financial scenario is stable thanks to its openness to international markets, and with a high degree of efficiency and a high level of investment protection. The country’s financial system, in particular with regards to banking, is developed and in line with international standards. Thanks to the high number of commercial agreements (26 agreements in force with 64 markets, making up 86.3% of the total GDP), Chile can be considered as a ‘platform’ country from which all important Latin American countries can be reached. Chile’s economy is strongly oriented towards international markets, with considerable commercial. The country has finalized the highest number of trade facilitations at worldwide level (75% of export-import takes place using preferential rates). There is considerable openness towards international investments, with foreign investors having the same opportunities and obligations as domestic investors, with operations permitted in almost all sectors. Chile is part of OMC, APEC, OMPI; it is an associated member of MERCOSUR and the Comunità Andina. The country has agreements regarding the protection of investments with 20 European countries. The reduction of prices for raw materials on international markets, including copper, of which Chile is the first manufacturer (with about 30% of the world’s reserves), has had an important effect on the country’s economy, which has not, however, damaged Chile’s GDP, which has 2.1% annual growth.

Opportunities at a glance

  • Business meetings with local professionals
  • Visitor data available to all participating companies
  • Dedicated meeting rooms for private business meetings
  • Promotion of your brand through sponsorship opportunities
Conference podium

Exhibitor company profile - Suppliers of equipment and materials


  • Raw materials for glass production
  • Preparation of raw materials and batches
  • Glass melting technology
  • Forming for hollow glass
  • Forming for flat glass
  • Forming for fiber glass
  • Equipment for glass tube production
  • Equipment for glass fiber production
  • Furnace, lehr, kiln technology
  • Cold end technology for hollow glass
  • Cold end technology for float glass, laminated glass, wired glass and other types of flat glass
  • Pyrolitic coating systems for flat glass
  • Coating technology for hollow glass
  • Conveying, transport, packaging and warehouse technology
  • Decorating equipment


  • Cutting, breaking and snapping
  • Drilling
  • Edge and surface finishing
  • Forming and bending
  • Laser technology
  • Coating
  • Electronic display glass
  • Insulation glass
  • Safety glass
  • Cleaning
  • Auxiliary products
  • Recycling
  • Suppliers for the glass machinery industry
  • Nanotechnology
  • Artistic glass


  • Commercial Glass and Curtain Wall Products, Systems,
  • Hardware & Related Components
  • Equipment for Glass and Metal Fabrication
  • Residential Glass Products, Systems, & Related Components
  • Residential Window & Door Products, Systems, Hardware & Related Components
  • Supplies (Abrasives, Cleaning Products, Lubricants) & Tools
  • Equipment for Residential Window & Door Manufacturing
  • Equipment for Commercial Fenestration, Glazing, Installation
  • Software


  • Solar glass
  • Photovoltaic production
  • Solar technology
  • Building integrated photovoltaic (BiPV)


  • Glazing tools
  • Cutting, grinding and drilling tools
  • Handling tools, hand-guided
  • Spare parts
  • Protection devices
  • Work clothing
  • Lifting and working platforms
  • Brackets for glass applications
  • Adhesives
  • Extrusion
  • Consumables
  • LED technology


  • Measurement and testing
  • Sensing
  • Computer systems
  • Software and applications


  • Laboratories
  • Universities
  • Test institutes
  • Research institutes
  • Architects & designers
  • Project engineering
  • Main contractors
  • Associations and organisations
  • Specialized media
  • Trading companies


Take part in CHILE GLASS using our lightweight formula which avoids a heavy commitment in time or money for stand set-up and offers defined, transparent pricing from the outset.

The package includes:

Contact desk

Furnished area with name board and 1 placeholder/name board

Shortly after the event, all exhibitors and sponsors at Chile Glass 2018 will receive the complete list of registered visitors in an excel file with their company data (see visiting ⇛ registration).

Website and catalogue entries

Company profile in the official catalogue distributed to all participants and dedicated page on the event website

Sponsorship opportunities

Chile Glass 2018 offers a wide range of sponsorship opportunities to enhance company's presence: visitor lanyards and badges, carrier bags, newsletters, posters and banners, event catalogue, lunch/coffee areas, etc.

Contact desks area

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