Dagestan to supply $ 5 million float glass to Azerbaijan

Dagestan to supply $ 5 million float glass to Azerbaijan
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Date: 22 October 2018

The Caspian float glass plant signed an agreement with the Azerbaijani company QLASS HAUS on the supply of colorless glass for $ 5 million.

According to the press service of the KZLS, the agreement was signed within the framework of the IX Russian-Azerbaijani interregional forum, held in late September in Baku. Deliveries are scheduled for 2019.

Bakhtiyar Bashirov of QLASS HAUS called the signed agreement a continuation of mutually beneficial partnerships with a Dagestan enterprise that has been going on for years and expressed confidence in further mutually beneficial fruitful cooperation.

Recall, the KZLS is one of the largest Russian factories for the production of sheet glass using the float method, in which the molten glass mass spreads over the molten tin in a special container and stretches, resulting in a glass with perfectly-even surfaces. It produces 600 tons of polished glass per day. 

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