Industry Events

 

Industry Events

Below you'll find information on upcoming conferences, training and events for the glass industry. For more information please use the specific website address and/or email address for each conference.

If you'd like to see your event listed here email information@britglass.co.uk 

(British Glass does not necessarily endorse third party events listed here.)

6 Sep 17

Glassman Europe

Lyon, France


8 Sep 17

Icon Ceramic and Glass Group Conference 2017

Magdalene College, Oxford, UK


11 Sep 17

Drinktec 2017

Munich, Germany


18 Sep 17

AsiaHub Summit 2017

Brussels, Belgium


19 Sep 17

World Soda Ash Conference 2017

Dubrovnik, Croatia


19 Sep 17

Global food law seminar

Gloucestershire, UK


6 Oct 17

11 Oct 17

Food contact materials seminar

Gloucestershire, UK


22 Oct 17

ICG Annual Meeting 2017

Istanbul, Turkey


6 Nov 17

78th Conference on Glass Problems

Columbus, Ohio, USA


7 Nov 17

7 Nov 17

The Beverage Summit

Coventry, UK


28 Nov 17

29 Nov 17

Glass Print 2017

Düsseldorf, Germany


14 Mar 18

BeerX

Liverpool, UK


21 Mar 18

Glassman Latin America 2018

Guadelarjara, Mexico


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Because of the differences in the various methods of manufacture, the industry is divided into 5 main sections under the general headings: Container glass; flat glass; scientific/technical glass; domestic glass; and fibre glass.


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