Throughout all of 2014, Glaston had exceptionally strong FC500™ tempering furnace sales in the UK market. The latest contract signed in early December with European Glass Group is for two more FC500™ lines, one of which will be the biggest FC500™ furnace that Glaston has sold to date. full story»
Glass&Alu Saudi Arabia The International Exhibition for glass, Aluminium and fenestration industry (Products – Technologies)
6-9 April 2015, Riyadh – Saudi Arabia
Events Early Registration for GPD Finland 2015 Now Open Dec-22-14 - You can now register for GPD Finland 2015. Participants registering by January 16, 2015 will pay €950. Thereafter, the fee will increase. Please register on time to benefit from the lower fee.
Companies NSG's Pilkington loses challenge to 357 mln euro EU cartel fine Dec-22-14 - Glass producer Pilkington, a unit of Japan's Nippon Sheet Glass Co (NSG), lost its challenge on Wednesday to a 357 million euro ($445 million) cartel fine after a top EU court said regulators had come up with the correct sanction.
Products SCHOTT Laser Glass One of the Top 20 Innovations Dec-22-14 - Experts at SCHOTT US site in Duryea, PA, develop materials for future lasers - The RD team at SCHOTT in Duryea (USA) was recognized for its activities in the area of materials for exawatt lasers in the renowned trade magazine Laser Focus World’s list of the “Top 20” technologies in 2014.
Market & Trends Electrochromic Glass and Film Markets – 2014-2021 Dec-22-14 - Electrochromic (EC) glass is already being used in considerable quantities for smart mirrors by Gentex, but NanoMarkets believes that EC glass also has considerable opportunities going forward in the smart windows market.
Products Glass for Banks Dec-22-14 - NRW Bank is a business development bank exclusively commissioned by the authorities to support the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia in its structural and economic tasks.
Announcements Longtime associate joins AGR in Munich Dec-22-14 - American Glass Research is pleased to announce the addition of longtime business associate Christian Koestner to our staff. Attendees of our Munich seminars over the past 12 years would likely recognize Christian as one of our principal translators of the sessions.