The seventh edition of the GlassPrint conference and exhibition will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany on 29-30 November 2017, directly after the Direct Container Print conference.
Decoration is a key process in the manufacture of architectural, automotive and hollow glass, and adds considerably more value to the end product. GlassPrint 2017 is a two-day event that will present anyone involved with this important and expanding sector with the latest trends and developments for the decoration of all types of glass.
Influential representatives from Arc, Ardagh, Heinz-Glas, O-I, Saint-Gobain, Schott, Vetropack and many more are amongst the leading flat and hollow glassmakers already confirmed to join senior personnel from glass decorators, end-users, suppliers and brand owners at GlassPrint 2017.
With 2017 delegate numbers already over 50% higher than at the equivalent time for the previous GlassPrint, anyone considering attending is recommended to register as soon as possible due to limited space at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel venue.
Powered by glasstec and organised jointly between ESMA and Glass Worldwide, GlassPrint 2017 follows the 2015 event that was deemed an outstanding success by the record audience of approximately 200 international attendees from 26 different countries in Europe, North America America, Asia and the Middle East.
Including delegates from AB Inbev, AGC, Allied, Deco Glas, Diageo, Heinz Glas, Nihon Yamamura Glass, Nestlé, NSG, O-I, Rastal, Sahm, Schott, SGD, Stölzle and Sisecam, attendee feedback from GlassPrint 2015 indicated: