Finnish Industry Investment Invests €6.6m In Glaston

Date: 22 March 2010
Government-backed Finnish Industry Investment has made a €6.6m investment in glass technology company Glaston Corporation.  Tampere-based Glaston, specialises in the manufacturing of safety glass processing machines.

The company has production facilities in Finland, Italy, Brazil and China as well as over 20 customer service centres across the globe. The group’s turnover in 2009 was €152m with a workforce of 1,200.
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