The “HORN World” is getting bigger

The “HORN World” is getting bigger
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Date: 14 August 2020

With a new subsidiary in Brazil, the German glass plant manufacturer HORN Glass Industries AG is expanding its local availability in South America.

The new subsidiary HORN Glass Brazil Ltda. with office in São Paulo, expands the HORN Group and is now the contact for the glass industry throughout South America.

The new company is managed by an experienced specialist in the glass industry, Mr. Thiago Metti. He was able to represent the company in his previous job. Thanks to his many years of experience, he is the ideal contact for the glass industry throughout South America for all matters relating to glass melting furnaces and glass production plants.

The Brazilian subsidiary is supported by specialists from Germany, which means that the glass industry can enjoy the usual high quality. But in addition, thanks to the new location in South America, the parent company from Germany can serve the glass industry even more effectively in sales, project management and services.

 

Thiago MettiLocation & Contact

The new subsidiary is located in São Paulo and represented by Mr. Thiago Metti.

Contact:

HORN Glass Brazil Ltda.

Av. Anita Franchini, 853 - Apto 83

Santa Terezinha / São Bernardo do Campo

São Paulo / Brazil

CEP: 09780-050

Mail:  thiago.metti@hornglass.com.br

Mobile: +55 11 9 8916-6580

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