Join us in Lyon for the biennial Glassman Europe event focusing on this important regional market for the hollow and container glass manufacturers. This regular, popular event gathers together leading suppliers to demonstrate their latest innovations, products and services.
Glassman Europe is supported by FEVE and regularly hosts a number of fringe events including FEVE policy meetings.
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 opportunity to increase your presence in the market, benefit from associated PR, position yourselves as experts in your field and network with essential business contacts all around the world.
Glassman Europe will be taking place on 17-18 September 2019 in Halls 4&5 at the CCC, Lyon.
|Tuesday 17th September 2019||09:30-17:00|
|Wednesday 18th September 2019||09:30-16.00|
The Future Glass Forum is a live discussion of the issues surrounding Industry 4.0, 'smart manufacturing' and creating a 'smart factory', including perspectives on Glass Manufacturing and Digitalisation.
This conference is free-to-attend and is applicable to both flat glass and hollow glass production as well as business consultants interested in considerations of business models, IT Infrastructure, energy efficiencies and plant safety and security.
The Glassman conference will also address the latest trends in glassmaking with high-level speakers creating a compelling reason for the highest level of decision makers within the industry to attend.
In 2017, there were over 800 attendees from 25 countries, including representatives from O-I, Verallia and Ardagh. The press coverage from the event included a wide range of articles in national and regional business media.
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