Blog Tvitec born to spread the company's business and industrial culture in modern glass building

With the aim to inform a greater frequency of events related to the activity of Tvitec , the largest glass processing center in Spain, born Tvitec Blog.   Through it is not only reflect the company 's participation in major architectural projects beyond those reflected in the top of our website.

It is also intended to disseminate other content on Tvitec involvement in social, cultural, environmental and sports performances .

Tvitec Blog is open from to also bring culture in general in the glass industry in the development of full-scale works in addition to aesthetic criteria prevail as sustainability and energy efficiency in buildings .

Through this channel can also broadcast news and proposals that the team collected in Tvitec communication ( and edit later.

The new facade of Tower AGF Athena , in the financial heart of Paris, La Défense , whose completion has intervened Tvitec is the image chosen for the cover of our first blog.

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Date: 2 June 2014

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