Where the hollow glass industry meets to do business
South and Central America has been one of the most dynamic regions in the hollow glassmaking sector in recent years. There has been a host of new glassmaking facilities that have opened recently and there has been a renewed interest in the region thanks to its favourable economic and political conditions. This, coupled with an increased disposable income among the population's consumers, has seen a surge of confidence in glass packaging.
Glassman South America returns to Brazil on 14-15 May 2019 and confirmed exhibitors already include AGR International, EME, F.I.C, Horn Glass Industries, Pneumofore and Sorg. View the exhibitor list here
This international exhibition and conference will draw upon the unrivalled knowledge of industry professionals to create an event for attendees to discuss, debate and discover the latest innovations within glass manufacturing.
Glassman South America takes place at the Sao Paulo Expo, Brazil
|Tuesday 14 May 2019||10:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday 15 May 2019||10:00 - 16:00|
The Glassman conference will address the latest trends in glassmaking with high-level speakers, in addition to the Future Glass Forum which focuses on applying Industry 4.0 to the Glass Industry - both creating a compelling reason for the highest level of decision makers within the industry to attend.
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