Glassed Interior 2 - Intertech International

Who are we?

Intertech International Trading (Pvt) Ltd, was founded in 2019 as a glass importer in Sri Lanka by two enthusiastic entrepreneurs who mainly focused elements were importing clear loat, tempered, tinted, relective, patterned and mirror glass. It is authorized agent of Ardakan Float Glass Corporation which is the largest loat glass manufacturer in the middle east. Also, Intertech cooperates with Tariq Glass - Pakistan, XYG - Malaysia, Asahi Glass - India, Sisecam - India, Emirates Glass - Dubai, Triveni Glass - India. Gradually, it expanded its operation to the wholesale sector. Intertech distributed glass sheets to all of the main glass importing giants in Sri Lanka, wholesale and then directly to the retail as well. With their committed work, they acquired clients in each main city. Meantime in the retail sector, they started to perform all kinds of glass-related works like glass cutting, glass edging, glass tempering, glass installation, shower cubicle installation, and aluminum fabrication. With the founders' hard work, dedication, leadership, and proper planning with good teamwork, Intertech was able to pass massive milestones in the Glass Sector in Sri Lanka in a short period of time.

Quality is not accidental,
It is always the
result of careful thought.

Glitter - Intertech International

Using the best materials and latest technologies and fully automated & robotic machineries which are made by using the most famous companies all around the world such as SEPR (French), RHI (Belgium), CNUD (Belgium), Merkel (USA), Bottero (Italy), and raw materials with the highest quality made this company capable to produce grade A and suitable products for mirror and architectural glass based on Japan JIS standard

Currently by having the biggest glass production furnace in the Middle East region and offering a complete basket of float glass products, Makes it one of the most complete complex producers of glass in west Asia.

Contemporary Architecture Office Building