Furnace 73. A big investment for Verallia Italia’s future.

The new Furnace 73 is the result of a large investment that the Saint-Gobain Group wanted for Verallia in Italy.

The new installation for the production of glass food containers follows the Group’s strategy of innovation, strength and proximity; a technological furnace that respects the environment thanks to its low Co2 emission levels and to an intelligent use of energy.  Gianni Scotti, Luca Galletti, Giorgio Squinzi, Giuseppe Pastorino.A big project that was completed on May 15th, 2014, the day the first container was produced. 130 companies were involved in carrying out the project with an average of 200 people a day present at the work site.Gazzo Veronese was chosen as the location for the new installation after an attentive evaluation led to its identification as a strategic position from which to best serve those Food & Beverage clients most devoted to export, a driving sector in all of Italy’s economy today.

In fact, the furnace, working at full capacity, will make it possible to produce about 1,000,000 containers a day on 3 lines in order to better satisfy the needs of Verallia’s clients and to sustain them in their plans for commercial expansion. All of this will also be made possible by the fundamental contribution of the over 200 employees at the production site. Capable professionals with know how in the field of glass; always attentive to workplace safety – one of the cornerstones of Verallia’s philosophy.

600450 Furnace 73. A big investment for Verallia Italia’s future. glassonweb.com
Date: 23 October 2014
Source: www.verallia.com

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