Win tickets for glasstec 2016

glasstec 2016  looks set to live up to its claim of being the number one trade fair for the glass industry. Thanks to an exclusive competition by the organisers, British Glass members have the chance to win free tickets.

 

This year’s event – to be held 21-23 September across nine halls at the Dusseldorf Messe –will continue a tradition of more than 40 years, during which glasstec has served as both a trendsetter and a reflection of the glass industry. More than 1,200 companies exhibited at the last event in 2014.

 

Joachim Schäfer, Managing Director at Messe Düsseldorf where the event takes place, said:
 

“In 2016 glasstec will again cover the entire bandwidth of possibilities and innovations. The glass industry is undergoing changes and we consistently accompany it on this path. Technological developments determine the sector, new glass qualities are launched and open up new fields of application such as smart and touch functions.”

 

The fair’s comprehensive programme of special shows, events, congresses and information forums ensures there’s something for visitors from all branches of this industry. This includes the highlight of the trade fair – the glass technology live show. This year it will focus on free-form, ultra-thin, solid and informative glass, making the show not only an inspiration for architects and planners but also a showcase for all new applications for further developed glass products.

 

The show is accompanied by a high-calibre technical symposium offering lectures on a multitude on topical subjects.

 

A guided glass technology live tour by the team of Stuttgart University is also included in the ticket price, along with all technical conferences.

 

You can find out more about the event at www.glasstec-online.com

 

Thanks to an exclusive competition set up by the organisers, British Glass members can win one of five pairs of one-day tickets to glasstec 2016. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions about the event by Friday 19 August.

 

Enter the competition now.

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