The Fenzi Group at Vitrum 2021

High-tech solutions and outstanding performance for the international glass industry

A top-ranked event for industry insiders, Vitrum 2021, in its first post-pandemic edition, proved how capably the global glass industry could come together with a dynamic response to the challenges posed by the coronavirus. During the four days of the trade show, held October 5-8 in Milan, industry firms and leading actors crowded the popular Fenzi stand.
Fenzi Group, the leading group in chemicals for secondary glass processing, brought the most recent innovations in all of its business units to the show ‒ especially innovative products and high-tech solutions designed to boost thermal performance of windows, ensure the utmost in living comfort and expand the possibilities of glass decoration.
From primary and secondary sealants with the most advanced eco-compatibility features to the most complete range of warm edge profiles, from decorative paints for all fields of application to mirror-backing paints and chemical silvering solutions to the most cutting-edge technology in digital printing on glass.
“Despite the difficult and constantly evolving situation, at the pavilions of Fiera Milano Rho, the entire glass industry showcased its vitality, attracting Italian and international buyers, while demonstrating its willingness to actively participate in global growth with an immense spirit of innovation and responsibility,” said Matteo Padovan, Managing Director of Fenzi SpA.

“As always, the very core of our business is invested in quality, specialization in the glass industry, and optimization of product performance with particular attention to eco-compatibility, resulting in across-the-board appreciation of our innovations on display,” continued Padovan. “Given our focus on the needs of the glass industry, we are able to offer highly technological products that coincide perfectly with market demand for quality. A commitment acknowledged by the visitors to the Group’s stand, to our great satisfaction.

“Indeed, Vitrum was a major event for us, drawing visitors from across Europe whose specializations led to numerous business discussions with highly qualified industry insiders. Although many overseas professionals were unable to attend, due to pandemic-related restrictions, the 22nd edition of Vitrum had a very productive outcome for all of the Group’s companies,” he concluded.

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