LandGlass achieved great success at Glasstec 2022

October 12, 2022 Latest Updates0

On September 23, Glasstec 2022 was officially rounded off. Restarting as a face-to-face trade fair after four years, the world’s leading exhibition showcasing the latest glass technologies, focused on five major themes, such as intelligent machinery, energy savings, emission reduction and future buildings, etc.,  attracting 971 companies from 47 countries.

At Glasstec 2022, LandGlass presented the latest technologies and products, including intelligent glass tempering furnaces, smart factory solutions, and high-performance LandVac vacuum insulated glass. With years of experience in the field of glass processing machinery and intelligent solutions, LandGlass displayed a wide range of exhibits to global customers, showcasing its innovative strength and attracting the eyeballs of many potential customers.  The sales team of LandGlass signed large orders at Glasstec 2022, creating another new record. Meanwhile, the groundbreaking, inspiring show of the world’s leading trade fair, glass technology live, also showcased a series of products, including vacuum insulated glass window and facade systems in its core area. It also represents the important role played by vacuum insulated glass in terms of energy savings, reduction of emissions, and future buildings. At the same time, a series of vacuum glass products displayed by LandGlass and its applications in passive buildings, high-end home appliances, and other fields also illustrated the wide application possibilities and huge market potential of LandVac.

The year 2022 is named as the International Year of Glass by the United Nations. It is also the first in history for the United Nations to name after a single material. The restart of Glasstec 2022 has provided a rare opportunity for global glass innovation and industry exchanges. In the future, LandGlass will constantly strive to work alongside its international partners to make new innovations, shape the industry value and brace for a bright future in the glass industry.


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