Another Significant OSP Order For Glaston

Glaston Corporation has received the second-largest One-Stop-Partner (OSP) order, a combination of pre-processing machinery and safety glass machinery, in its history.

Coming from the EMEA area, the order is worth 11 million euros. It includes integrated pre-processing machines as well as safety glass processing machinery.

Glaston announced its largest OSP deal of all time, 15.5 million euros, on 14 June 2007.Glaston is currently the only machine manufacturer in the business, who offers significant combination deliveries or entire production lines.

The machine deliveries included in the order now received will be made from the end of 2007 to the end of 2008. Hence, according to current estimations, a vast majority of this order will be recognized during next year.

Respecting its customer’s wishes, Glaston has agreed to keep the name and nationality of the buyer confidential.

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