Glaston sells tempering furnace to Czech Republic

Glaston sells tempering furnace to Czech Republic
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Glaston has closed a deal for a FC Series tempering furnace with Czech company AGC Processing Teplice.

The company is member of the world’s leading glass group AGC Glass Group, that has 200 companies in over 30 countries with more than 50,000 employees.

The order, valued at approximately EUR 1.5 million, is booked in Glaston’s Q1/2018 order book and is part of Glaston’s expected order intake for the first quarter. The machine will be delivered to the customer towards the end of summer 2018. 

As one of the leading glass processors in its country, AGC Processing Teplice a.s. offers its customers a wide range of glazing solutions. The company deals with glass processing not only for the architectural industry but also for the automotive industry. The main products are insulating glazing, glazing for public buildings, facades and glass for interior applications.

The FC Series tempering furnace has achieved great popularity among customers looking for flawless end-product quality. “The renewed FC tempering line is the choice for customers looking for higher performance and state-of-the art optical quality of the end product. A standard feature is the Glaston Insight service platform, which enables real-time monitoring of the production”, says Pekka Hytti, SVP, EMEA at Glaston Corporation. 

“With the FC Series we are replacing the oldest furnace and it will allow us to enlarge our excellent service with top grade products in AGC Processing Teplice”, says Petr Mazzolini, regional director of Processed Glass CE.

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