G-Tech steps into green architectural glass

Date: 18 December 2014

G-Tech Optoelectronics (GTOC), a Taiwan-based glass physical/chemical processors, has stepped into processing glass to become green architectural glass, including cutting, edge grinding, hole drilling, reinforcing, lamination and coating, according to the company.

Read more at: www.digitimes.com/news/a20141212PD205.htmlG-Tech Optoelectronics (GTOC), a Taiwan-based glass physical/chemical processors, has stepped into processing glass to become green architectural glass, including cutting, edge grinding, hole drilling, reinforcing, lamination and coating, according to the company.   

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