HI has new identity for Glasstec 2008

 A fresh and modern corporate identity underlines the renewed confidence at major glass technology company Heye International as they make their final preparations for another Glasstec.

Pioneering achievements such as the development of narrow neck press and blow technology, Oxy-fuel furnaces and its recent developments in servo technology has allowed the Lower Saxony, Germany based company to grow its reputation as an innovator and industry leader.HI's Jochen Boellert, who, with fellow Director Dirk Poertner, explains: "Glasstec gives us the platform to introduce our new identity and showcase our advanced and sophisticated technologies to customers in both existing and emerging markets.It also provides an opportunity to show how we can support them in the production of glass containers by providing the highest quality products and services."

A new website will also be launched at the exhibition: www.heye-international.com         

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Date: 14 October 2008
Source: Nigel Keenlyside 00 44 0937 587799

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