Global Glass Industry Demand Remain increasing

Glass as a as a sustainable and eco-friendly material, are primarily used for Architecture, inner decoration and other fields.

It’s used frequently by more and more people.  

According to a glass market report, the future of the glass industry is robust and bright as demand is expected to reach a new heights in 2014. The global glass industry, is expected to maintain a healthy growth rate as a result of continuous investments in the construction sector by developing countries.

There is no doubt that the glass machine market will profit rapidly from the demand of glass. Especially the tempering furnace, as it can temper many kinds of glass sheets, has become the prior choice for more and more glass processing manufacturers.

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