Commercial Manager appointed for AGR Container Labs

Date: 4 November 2008
Source: Agr International, Inc.
Agr International, Inc. is pleased to announce that Aleksander Broda, located in Krakow Poland has been appointed Research Commercial Manager of Agr Container Labs, the European division of American Glass Research.

Agr Container Labs serves the glass container industry in Europe, Asia and Africa providing Breakage Analysis, Regular QA Testing, Container Design and Educational Services.

ACL’s European location offers the same core capabilities American Glass Research has provided from the USA since 1936. ACL was created to better serve customers by eliminating time zone and physical distance barriers, and to achieve the shorter response time expectations of today’s market.

For further information contact: David Dineff, Marketing Director, Agr International, Inc. Butler, PA, USA. Phone +1 (724) 482-2163 or email

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