Gimav, the Italian Association of Glass Processing Machinery and Accessory Suppliers, will be at China Glass 2013, in Beijing 24-27 May, with 29 members participating in the event and occupying an exhibition surface area of approximately 1,200 m2.
Everything’s ready for the participation of Gimav, the Italian Association of Glass Processing Machinery and Accessory Suppliers in China Glass 2013, on stage in Beijing from 24 to 27 May.
China Glass is one of the world’s leading events in terms of visitor attendance and exhibitor participation, especially this year, when China is expected to make considerable public investments in the real estate and building construction industries. In addition to the many Chinese companies from the industry, China Glass will also host a large number of overseas exhibitors, first and foremost Gimav’s member companies. As per tradition, a high-caliber group stand will be organized and coordinated by Gimav, with 29 members participating in the event and occupying an exhibition surface area of approximately 1,200 m2.
China is undoubtedly one of the most interesting markets for Italy’s glass industry companies. The massive domestic investments and the ongoing growth of exports, which are the driving force behind China’s economy, are encouraging Chinese glass companies to upgrade their production in order to measure up to global competition. “They are leading companies, extremely quality-focused because they sell worldwide and in highly competitive sectors in the B2B area. Because of this they demand cutting-edge machinery and need to be able to rely on a supply chain that ensures quality at all levels,” confirms Dino Fenzi, Honorary President of Gimav. “Western manufacturers of machinery and chemicals for glass processing, and above all Italian manufacturers, are not only their suppliers but also their invaluable partners. In fact, Chinese companies cannot find an alternative of equal technological value on their local market.”
“For all these reasons, China Glass is unquestionably a must-attend exhibition for the Italian glass processing industry – confirms Director of Gimav Renata Gaffo – and we will be there with both the flat and the hollow glass sectors.”
Gimav will be at China Glass 2013 in Hall E1, Stand 171.