Catch the GGF at this year’s glasstec NOW!

  • 25 Oct 2018

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The GGF is currently in the midst of enjoying its appearance at the 25th Glasstec Trade Fair, being held in Dusseldorf right now, finishing this Friday.

Glasstec provides a unique international platform for the GGF technical team, who are offering technical advice, product testing demonstrations and corporate hospitality at the glass industry’s largest exhibition.

With more than 1200 exhibitors from 52 countries, Glasstec attracts over 40,000 international visitors, as the show highlights the unlimited variety of possibilities of glass applications.

Nowhere else is the potential of glass as a high-tech construction material presented in such a comprehensive fashion.

At Hall 11, Stand G38, all members can take full advantage of the Members free hospitality area.

The show is offering an unparalleled overview of the industry from manufacturing, processing and finishing through to new products and their applications.

With international experts from research and practice, glasstec is covering the following specialist areas:

  • Glass manufacture/production technology
  • Glass processing and finishing
  • Glass products and applications
  • Solar production technology and components and pre-products for solar manufacture
  • Solar end products and their applications
  • Multifunctional facade technology
  • Crafts, finishing and design
  • Tools, spare and wear parts
  • Measurement and control technology

Steve Rice, GGF Director of Technical Affairs (pictured), said the first hand technical guidance would include technical publications, consultancy and product testing, adding that he invites all members to come and visit the superb exhibition of glass products.

At Hall 11, Stand G38, all members can take full advantage of the Members free hospitality area.


Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street

t: 0207 939 9101

Visit the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) website

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