Saint-Gobain Oberland GPS has launched an extended range of IS machines and components as part of a drive to improve the firm’s customer service offering
GPS, an affiliate of Saint-Gobain Oberland, has launched a new logo and an extended range of IS machines.
The extended range of IS machines and components are part of a company focused drive to improve the company’s customer service offering.
To mark the change, the logo – steely grey with a flaming glass gob – represents the strength of GPS and the “made in Germany” quality that GPS prides itself on.
With more than 500 machines across the globe and a well-established worldwide supply network of IS machines, GPS is developing solutions that relate to the entire gob-forming process.
The extended portfolio includes 4¼” triple gob machines. Further solutions are in the pipeline, such as a machine station with parallel opening mechanism, a Servo-Shear and a valve block.
GPS service starts from the planning phase of IS machines and components, through to the continuous modernisation of existing machines.