Glass printer spurs growth for Warkworth business

Glasshape’s new $750,000 Israeli-made glass printing machine represents the very latest in glass printing technology and provides the foundation for the family owned Warkworth company to greatly build revenues.

Glasshape has been significantly upgrading its manufacturing capabilities, and last year secured an additional grant from NZTE’s International Growth Fund to establish a North American base to service its rapidly expanding export market.Read more at: www.nzbusiness.co.nz/news/glass-printer-spurs-growth-warkworth-businessGlasshape’s new $750,000 Israeli-made glass printing machine represents the very latest in glass printing technology and provides the foundation for the family owned Warkworth company to greatly build revenues.  

 
Glasshape has been significantly upgrading its manufacturing capabilities, and last year secured an additional grant from NZTE’s International Growth Fund to establish a North American base to service its rapidly expanding export market.

Read more at: www.nzbusiness.co.nz/news/glass-printer-spurs-growth-warkworth-business

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