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All in Glass trade fair to be held Nov. 25-27

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The second staging of All in Glass, China International Exhibition for Glass Technology, will be held Nov. 25-27 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex, Guangzhou, China, according to an Aug. 11 Messe Dusseldorf release. An expected 95 exhibitors from around the world will showcase the latest products and technologies for the glass industry on about 86,000 square feet of gross exhibit space. All in Glass 2009 will be jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd. and the China Foreign Trade Centre. Messe Düsseldorf China is a subsidiary of Messe Düsseldorf, renowned as the organizer of glasstec, the leading international glass trade fair. Messe Düsseldorf’s support of All in Glass 2009 ensures that the trade fair will be an international platform. All in Glass 2009 also has the support of local associations including the Guangdong Glass Association, the Guangdong Provincial Ceramic Society, the Guangdong Supervision and Testing Centre for Glass Product Quality as well as the Guangzhou Architecture & Decoration Association and the Shenzhen Solar Energy Society. The China International High and New Glass Technologies Forum focusing on “Solar Energy, Building Integrated Photovoltaics, Energy Saving and Environmental Protection” will be one of the highlights at All in Glass 2009, according to the release. Members of the China Energy Conservation Association for Glass Melter will discuss energy saving power generating technology while the president of the China Society for Renewable Energy will report on new developments in China’s photovoltaic industry. In addition, the Shenzhen Solar Energy Society will host its Annual Science & Technology Conference concurrently, giving visitors and exhibitors the opportunity to attend several events at the same location.In early 2009, the Chinese government announced the economic recovery programs of the 10 pillar industries, including the automotive, petrochemical and electronic information industries. Their output accounts for one-third of China’s GDP. Due to its wide application possibilities, middle- to high-end glass such as automotive glass, insulating glass and energy saving glass will especially benefit from the recovery programs.For further information on visiting or exhibiting at All in Glass 2009, contact Messe Düsseldorf North America, 150 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2920, Chicago, IL 60601, 312/ 781-5180, fax 312/781-5188, info@mdna.com.

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