Ferro and Dip-Tech will be exhibiting together at Eurasia Window 2018
Ferro and Dip-Tech will be together at Eurasia Window 2018 with products that showcase local projects, such as the new Istanbul Airport.
Ferro, a leading global provider of functional coatings and colour solutions for glass, and its subsidiary Dip-Tech, a world-leading provider of digital ceramic glass printing solutions, will be exhibiting together for the first time in Turkey at Eurasia Window 2018.
Eurasia Window 2018 will take place 7-10 March at the Tüyap Istanbul Fair and Congress Center in Istanbul. The fair is Central Eurasia’s leading window industry tradeshow and a major event on the regional glass industry calendar.
At its booth, Ferro will showcase local projects, such as the new Istanbul Airport. It will also debut several of its new inks series, including Col 140, Col 150, S1de ONE, and TEA inks, and highlight the company’s newly acquired digitally printed glass technology.
As the first local show following Ferro’s acquisition of Dip-Tech in August 2017, Eurasia Window provides a premier opportunity for Ferro to present its broadened glass solutions portfolio. The booth display will focus on Ferro’s extensive range of screen printing inks for flat glass and automotive glass, along with its Dip-Tech line of digital ceramic glass printing solutions.
Visitors will also get an advanced look at one of Ferro’s largest local projects – creating more than 200,000 sq.m. of glass façades and skylights for the Istanbul New Airport, to be seen by up to 200 million international passengers annually.
“Ferro is already a clear market leader in the EMEA region, and we are committed to maintaining this achievement,” commented Artur Bechtloff, EMEA Performance Colors and Glass Sales Manager at Ferro. “We see Eurasia Window 2018 as an excellent gateway into rapidly developing local markets for digitally printed glass within EMEA. We’ve already seen strong interest in Poland where several Dip-Tech printers were sold in 2017, as well as the Russian market where interest continues to rise. In fact, digitally printed glass projects are now in the works in many areas across Eurasia, both for architectural and automotive applications, and we look forward to helping glass processors, architects and designers grow these opportunities.”