Glass Container Production in the EU: 2008 - New Report

Date: 24 October 2009
Source: UK trade federation British Glass
Our latest publication is now available.  Overview of Glass Container Production in the EU: 2008 has been compiled by UK trade federation British Glass.

This new report is fully up-to-date and contains the very latest facts and figures on glass container statistics in the EU, as well as important developments with regard to legislation, the environment, and individual company information.   This new report highlights data not found in any other publication on the market, such as:  named sites/factories, numbers of furnaces, and glass container production by colour is given for each country.  Import and export data is also reported with particular emphasis on the dissemination of Eurostat data.Should you wish to purchase a copy, the price is £695.00 and the publication can be sent electronically upon receipt of payment.

You can pay by credit card via our where the document can be emailed immediately, however, please note a hard-copy can be made available by request.   

If you would like more information, or if you are looking for “bespoke” information on any country not mentioned, please let me know – it is highly likely that we can help. Contact:


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