Arc International North America Unveils Clean Glassmaking Breakthrough

Glassware Innovator's Parent Invests $40 Million to Make Plant World's Cleanest MILLVILLE, N.J., Jun 13, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Arc International, the world leader in tableware, is investing nearly $40 million on state-of-the-art advancements that dramatically lower emissions from its Durand Glass Manufacturing Co. glass furnaces while increasing production capacity.

The major enhancements to its North America production facility here make it the cleanest plant of its kind, reflecting Arc International's longstanding commitment to sustainability and technological innovation.

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