Italian company Glass Service is a new exhibitor at the Colombian event dedicated to the glass industry, to take place 24-25 October this year in Bogotà.
Zippe has installed one of its batch plants for float glass at the float subsidiary of Bangkok Glass - KBI Thailand, which is designed for a daily capacity of 600 tons of glass per day.
Vertech has received an order from Industria Vidriera de Coahuila for its SIL system on seven production lines at the company’s premises in Mexico.
Glaston has announced that it has closed a deal for the sale of a GlastonAir™ tempering machine to China Triumph International Engineering.
The company needed a new RC350 furnace assembled and running in just three weeks
A leaking furnace at the South Middleton Township factory started the fire
The order is part of third-quarter expected order intake and will be delivered by the end of this year
Staff at the old plant received offers to transfer to the new site in 2018
Modernization work performed on furnace dedicated to the production of extra-flint glass
An all-in-one solution to handle all facets of glass testing directly out of the tempering furnace
35 tempering furnaces delivered in June with an additional 30 new orders signed
Vetropack Group once again achieved record sales in the first half of 2017, and expects the market environment to remain favourable.
Glaston’s outlook remains unchanged, and the company expects the full-year comparable operating result to improve from 2016. (In 2016 the comparable operating result was EUR 2.8 million.)
SORG has developed a new burner holder with integrated angle adjustment to simplify burner set up, which eliminate the disadvantages of all previous burner holders.
Spanish glass manufacturer Vidrala bought Encirc for EUR 408 million in 2015. Encirc is based at two sites: Derrylin, which employs 440 staff and Cheshire, which employs 800 staff and houses the...
AGC Asahi Glass held a groundbreaking ceremony to announce that it will build a furnace for 11th generation TFT-LCD glass substrates at its Chinese subsidiary.
After reporting an outage at its Carlisle plant last week, Vitro has announced that production has restarted for certain processes.
The Glass Futures project has and is receiving so much interest from industry, academia and other interested groups that it is now looking for a larger facility for its operations.
One of the two float glass furnaces at Vitro’s plant near Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in the United States, has developed a leak.