Glaston Receives Large One-Stop-Partner Follow-On Order

Glaston has received a large One-Stop-Partner (OSP) package deal worth over EUR 8 million. Coming from the EMEA area, this order is a follow-on to a deal made in July worth EUR 11 million.

One-Stop-Partner (OSP) deliveries are co-deliveries and combinations of pre-processing machinery, safety glass machinery and production management systems supplemented by maintenance, consulting and project services. Glaston is the only system supplier in the business offering leading products for safety glass manufacturing as combination deliveries or entire production line installations.

The machine deliveries included in the deal agreed in July will be made from the end of 2007 to the end of the 2008. The deliveries agreed now will start in 2008 and will continue until 2009.

Glaston has agreed at the customer's request to keep the name of the customer and its nationality confidential.

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