Horn Receives Orders For Three Large-Scale Projects

Date: 7 March 2007
Source: Horn Glass
Horn Glass Industries AG has received the orders for three large-scale projects within three months, two of these being for container glass furnaces and one being for a 500 tpd float glass furnace.

Vetropack Gostomel has chosen Horn for the reconstruction of their furnace no. 83  in Gostomel/Ukraine. This project comprises turn-key delivery and construction of a glass melting furnace including three forehearths as well as delivery of the complete equipment (without refractories) and construction work including commissioning.

AMBEV Brazil is building their first container glass furnace for beer bottles in Brazil.  HORN was chosen to deliver the glass melting furnace including the forehearths.  The scope of delivery and services comprises complete delivery including refractories as well as “turn-key” construction.

Both projects are to be supplied in spring 2007, commissioning is scheduled for the second half of the year 2007.

Salavatsteklo Russia has again passed an order for delivery of a float glass furnace.  After the first float glass furnace supplied by HORN started successful production end of November 2005, the second new float glass furnace for Salatvatsteklo was also ordered from HORN. Commissioning is scheduled for end of 2007.

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Date: 7 March 2007
Source: Horn Glass

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