Neuhausen-Hamberg, October 23, 2018 – At glasstec 2018 from 23 to 26 October 2018, two subsidiaries of Conzzeta AG will be holding a joint event and trade fair campaign. A special sporting challenge awaits visitors to the Bystronic glass stand in Hall 14, Stand No. A51 / A52 this year. It is a 5 metre high climbing wall made of glass, which visitors can climb and which is secured by mountain guides of the MAMMUT Alpine School.
In addition to numerous innovative solutions for the processing of architectural, automotive and display glass, the glass climbing wall from Bystronic glass and MAMMUT is the highlight on the more than 1,000 square metre exhibition area.
Interested visitors to the Bystronic glass exhibition stand can prove their sportiness on the glass climbing wall. The course, which was set by the two MAMMUT mountain guides on site in Düsseldorf, is absolutely feasible for experienced sportspeople, because the fun of climbing is clearly in the foreground. All climbers can look forward to a self-timer photo as a "summit bonus", so that this moment can also be captured in pictures for those at home.
Bystronic glass and MAMMUT are both members of Conzzeta AG, a renowned Swiss industrial holding company with over 100 years of tradition.
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