Gimav takes Made in Italy to China Glass

Italian glass processing technology is on show right now at China Glass with an exhibition space of about 1,300 square meters entirely dedicated to Italian-made products, and representing the finest Made in Italy technology.

Italian glass processing technology has landed at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC): 25 Gimav member companies are at the 25th China Glass from 14 to 17 April 2014.
Italy’s exhibition space will be larger than last year (1,300 square meters compared to 1,139 square meters at China Glass 2013) entirely dedicated to Italian-made products in Hall E1, Stand 283.
According to Gimav Director Renata Gaffo, this comes as a sign of optimism from the companies: “It demonstrates once again that China Glass is a premier appointment on the international exhibition calendar, an opportunity that leading Italian companies from the flat and hollow glass sectors cannot miss, and companies are certainly exhibiting a good dose of optimism”.
Italian attendance represents the finest Made in Italy technology which, now more than ever before, is becoming a must-have for leading glass producers and transformers in China. “Quality is becoming a primary requirement for the Chinese market as well,” confirmed Dino Fenzi, Honorary President of Gimav. “This means that companies wishing to showcase their technology have good chances of success, demonstrating they can be precious allies rather than merely suppliers; in fact, Chinese companies are unable to find the same level of technology on the domestic market.”
Gimav companies at the exhibition: Adelio Lattuada, Antonini, BDF, Biesse Intermac, Bottero, Bovone Diamond Tools, Bovone Elettromeccanica, CMS Brembana, Dogo, Fenzi, Fermac, Forel, Fratelli Pezza, Glass Service, Helios Italquartz, Italcarrelli, Mappi International, OCMI – OTG, Olivotto, Optima, Profilglass, Schiatti, Tecno 5, Triulzi, Gimav – ICE.

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