The 26th China International Glass Industrial Technical Exhibition (China Glass 2015) will be held at the China International Exhibition Centre in Beijing on 20-23 May 2015.
The exhibition will take place in all eight halls of the exhibition centre and the exhibition area will reach 100,000 square meters for the first time.
Eight hundred glass businesses from around the world over are expected to participate in the event and the exhibition hopes to attract a great number of professional visitors in the world.
Owing to the joint efforts of the organiser and the glass industry, China Glass 2015 is attractive to not only world-famous transnational glass enterprises or groups, but also numerous middle- and small-sized companies.
Exhibitors include businesses related to glass-manufacturing, -processing and -finishing machinery and technologies; along with academic, educational, research, engineering and design institutions; publishing, consulting and trading organisations and agents.
Leading glass companies such as Von Ardenne, Grenzebach, Benteler, ISRA, Klöpper, Horn and Kömmerling from Germany, Gimav, Fenzi, Bottero, Profilglass and Bovone from Italy, Air Products&Chemicals, Henry F. Teichmann and Glasstech from the US, and DipTech from Israel have decided to attend the show.
Up to the end of 2014 more than 130 international companies from 26 countries have been allocated booths, in addition to exhibitors from the Italian, German and American pavilions, occupying 1100, 700 and 400 square meters, respectively.
More than 20 companies from Japan, Spain, Germany, Italy, Malaysia will join the China Glass show for the first time. This is positive news considering the current world’s economic situation.
Chinese glass companies are enthusiastic as before over the coming event: As of the end of 2014, nearly 600 companies have registered.
China Glass 2015 will cover almost all fields pertinent to glass production. Furthermore, China Glass 2015 will arrange several academic activities, conducted to discuss and study interesting topics such as sustainable development, trends of the global glass industry, more effective application of new glass-processing technologies and glass products.