Glaston Receives Order In China For EUR 3.5 Million

Date: 7 July 2009
Source: Glaston
Glaston has recently secured an order in China worth EUR 3.5 million for its Tamglass safety glass production lines.

The products will be delivered by the end of this year from Glaston's factory in Tianjin, China.
The order includes CHF horizontal continuous furnaces and ProE CCS dual convection furnaces, both equipped with Tamglass leading technology in glass tempering. All machines in order are under production in Glaston Tianjin with latest technology and local assembly. “As a milestone of our order intake 2009, the order from a leading Chinese glass processor operating in the glass and solar industry echoes Glaston's successful strategy in China, i.e. technology transfer and localization," states Frank Zhang, Glaston's General Manager in China and North Asia.
“To integrate global technology with local reach is more critical in current economic situation. Our target is to provide customers with leading edge technology, reliable quality, accountable service and acceptable price ". Together with other big orders received from China earlier this year, it manifests that Glaston's strategies match well its expectation of China market. “We will continue to fully leverage global recourses to drive on our China strategies. With increasing product portfolio and stronger local engineering team, we will be more confident in and capable of offering more value added products and services," Frank Zhang added.
For further information please contact:
Mika Seitovirta, CEO&President,
+358 10 500 6101
Frank Zhang, General Manager, China & North Asia,
+86 21 58409778

600450 Glaston Receives Order In China For EUR 3.5 Million
Date: 7 July 2009
Source: Glaston

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