Glassman Europe will be held again in Lyon in this September following the success of the event in 2015. This niche event brings together international experts, glass container manufacturers and businesses that use glass containers to discover the latest innovations which include energy efficiency, quality control, packaging, logistics and decorative possibilities.
Brought to you by the publishers of Glass International, this event is the perfect place to network, do business and learn about the latest trends within the industry.
Glassman Europe will be taking place on 6-7 September in Halls 5&6 at the CCC, Lyon.
|Wednesday 6th September 2017||09:30-17:30|
|Thursday 7th September 2017||09:30-16.00|
For the first time, the 2017 event will also feature a fringe programme of event with a new Future Glass Forum looking at how Industry 4.0 can be applied to the Glass Industry. The free-to-attend programme will be relevant to both flat and hollow glass manufacturers and suppliers and will encompass many subjects including Big Data, the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing and Cyber Security.
There will also be a FEVE Policy and Environment Meeting and a Glass Service training course running as part of the fringe programme. Click here to read more about the Fringe Programme of Events.
Ken Clark, Sales Director
Tel: +44(0) 1737 855 117
Manuel Martin Quereda, International Sales Executive
Tel: +44(0)1737 855 023
Greg Morris, Conference Organiser
Tel: +44(0) 1737 855 132
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