Change In The Management of Emhart Glass

Date: 2 September 2009
Source: Emhart Glass
Jeffrey D. Hartung has been promoted to Vice President Inspection. He succeeds Joseph Laundry who will retire in 2010 after 17 years service. Jeffrey D.

Hartung, who has a BS in Chemistry from University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Syracuse University, joined Emhart Glass in 2004 after having worked previously for F.M. Howell Packaging, Elmira, NY and TRW, Loveland, Colorado. His previous roles at Emhart Glass include Operations Manager for the Inspection Products manufacturing unit, Manager Cold End Technical Services, and Manager Cold End Sales and Marketing. Jeffrey D. Hartung assumes responsibility for Emhart’s Inspection business as it is expanding following the acquisition of ICS Inex. He will reside in Clearwater, FL the Sales, Marketing, R&D and Americas Service Center.
About Emhart Glass
Emhart Glass, a division of Bucher Industries AG, is headquartered in Cham, Switzerland, with offices and manufacturing facilities located throughout the world. The company is a leading supplier of machines, controls, and parts to the glass container industry

600450 Change In The Management of Emhart Glass

See more news about:

Others also read

We sincerely thank all our members, friends and visitors for being part of GlassOnWeb and its success during 2009.
For further upscaling, the plant has provision for a second float line which can support an additional 850 tonnes per day.  With an aim to further strengthen its leadership position in the glass industry, the Rs15bn.
During the annual Dujat December Dinner on Thursday 10 December 2009, Minister for Economic Affairs, Ms.
A prestigious international prize states the poetic beauty and the architectural value of “Tiberio's Baths” in Panticosa (Spain), the new health and wellbeing centre in the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees made entirely using special glass blocks with a trapezoidal section.
Chicago — December 17, 2009 — Designers and engineers examined the product pages on nearly one million times in 2009 in hopes of finding the right materials or technologies for their projects.
A team of researchers from the University of Vigo, Rutgers University in the United States and Imperial College London, in the United Kingdom, has developed "laser spinning", a novel method of producing glass nanofibres with materials.

Add new comment