Glass World: the only established exhibition of its kind in the Middle East, MENA region and Africa

Nile Trade Fairs, the organizer of Glass World, which will take place at the Cairo International Convention Centre from 21 to 23 April 2015, has announced that it will expand the event’s gross area, which will cover 5,944 sq.m., also featuring the hall for Glass Manufacturing, Processing, Glass Products, Glass Machineries and Equipment.Glass World the biggest international specialized glass industry Exhibition in the Middle East, MENA region & Africa will be held at the Cairo International Convention Centre from 21 to 23 April 2015.
The expected growth in the international exhibitors count is in line with the rising demand for flat glass, float glass and glass processing machinery aside from the products and glassware in the MENA Region and Africa has registered a three-fold increase since 2004.
It is believed that the ongoing economic growth in most MENA Region’s and African countries has resulted in attracting multinational companies who have set up plans and targets to operate and invest in these booming markets.
The glass industry in the Middle East, especially in Egypt, is showing strong growth which is expected to reach USD 3 billion, due to the increase in the output of industrial products and the demand for glass products which increases by 10% each year.
This increase has prompted Nile Trade Fairs, the event organizer, to expand the event’s gross area, which will cover 5,944 sq.m., also featuring the hall for glass manufacturing, processing, glass products, glass machinery and equipment.

Glass World the biggest international specialized glass industry Exhibition in the Middle East, MENA region & Africa will be held at the Cairo International Convention Centre from 21 to 23 April 2015.
The expected growth in the international exhibitors count is in line with the rising demand for flat glass, float glass and glass processing machinery aside from the products and glassware in the MENA Region and Africa has registered a three-fold increase since 2004.
It is believed that the ongoing economic growth in most MENA Region’s and African countries has resulted in attracting multinational companies who have set up plans and targets to operate and invest in these booming markets.
The glass industry in the Middle East, especially in Egypt, is showing strong growth which is expected to reach USD 3 billion, due to the increase in the output of industrial products and the demand for glass products which increases by 10% each year.
This increase has prompted Nile Trade Fairs, the event organizer, to expand the event’s gross area, which will cover 5,944 sq.m., also featuring the hall for glass manufacturing, processing, glass products, glass machinery and equipment.
Glass World Exhibition is the premium regional landmark event for glass industry trade. For the past seven years, the event has propelled Cairo at the forefront of the consolidation of west-east glass trade. The event has established and gained an undisputed reputation as the exclusive platforms where international glass product importers are offered an opportunity to create a decisive response to the regional market current and future demands.
The exhibition has brought together major players in the glass industry during its seven-year run.
Glass World has also contributed in a significant increase in the number of glass factories in Egypt, MENA Region and Africa, as well as contributing in the modernization of many glass factories in Egypt, MENA Region and Africa, As a result, the glass production capacity has been significantly increased in Egypt, MENA Region and Africa as well as the quality has been improved.
In April 2015, exhibitors from different countries will showcase their latest products and innovations, looking to establish strong business partnerships and benefit from the inflow of new techniques and technology in the manufacture of glass products and machinery.
With over 400 million USD in onsite transactions since its inception, the Glass World Exhibition has become a must-attend event in Middle East for Glass professionals who are seeking to expand their market shares.