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Glassman America provides quality visitors

, Glass International

Glassman America welcomed more than 500 visitors to the Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, USA during 11th and 12th September 2013.

Visitors came from more than 30 countries, spanning Asia, Australia, Europe and North, Central and South America to attend the free-of-charge exhibition and conference.

Exhibitors commented on the quality of the visitors and had the opportunity to meet with contacts from glassmakers including Arkansas Glass Container Corporation, Bennu Glass, Corning Inc, Gallo Glass Co, O-I, Piramal Glass, Verallia, Vetropack, and Vitro, to name a few.

Stuart Hakes of F.I.C. (UK) said: “There has been a surprising amount of quality visitors with very genuine enquiries and interest.” While Christopher A. Yoest of Henry F. Teichmann said: “Good show with quality visitors.”

The exhibition showcased more than 70 exhibitors including suppliers of equipment, technology and services used in the manufacture of all types of hollow and container glass, presenting their business and products. The Glass International team presented a two-day conference to run alongside the exhibition, which featured presentations from Verallia North America, GPI, Vetropack, Jenike & Johanson Inc, Heye International, Tri-Mer Corporation, and many more.

The majority of presentations from the conference are now available on the Glassman America website:

The next edition is Glassman South America 2014 that will be held in São Paulo, Brazil during 12th and 13th March 2014. One exhibition hall is already sold out!
Visit the website for more information:

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