Al-Manna purchases two Glaston FC500™ tempering furnaces

A long history of good business collaboration - Traditions in the Saudi Arabian glass processing industry run deep at Al-Manna, a glass processing company started by Mr.

Manna Al-Amri over 60 years ago.  When his son, Ibrahim Manna Al-Amri took over at the helm of the company eight years ago, he continued to guide the company's great history in the glass field. The aim of Al-Manna's recently placed order for two Glaston FC500™ tempering furnaces is to keep the company lead in the market when it comes to the long tradition in excellence and quality.

The boom in high performance andLow-E glass led the company to beginnegotiations for the new Glaston FC500™ tempering furnaces. The Kingdom of SaudiArabia (KSA) is providing funding for theacceleration in construction projects that arehelping advance the country’s development.


Al-Manna has high hopes for the two Glaston FC500™ lines, which will be installed in Jeddah and Riyadh in spring and summer 2014. A key driver is to increasecapacity to meet demand. “We’re lookingat these two tempering furnaces to be ourworkhorses,” says Ibrahim Manna Al-Amri.

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