MiGlass finalist in Glass Awards second year running

Date: 7 November 2012
Source: MiGlass Marketing Department
MiGlass have achieved the recognition of being nominated for finalist in the Glass Company of Year award for the second year running.

Recently rebranded MiGlass are a high end glass processor specialising in decorative glass and sub assembled products.Following the 2011 entry for the award MiGlass have continued to grow and invest strongly, working closely with its suppliers and customers to offer something different to the market place.Managing Director Alan Taylor comments "we are absolutely delighted to being recognised again for our contribution to the glass industry.During the last 12 months we have been very successful in growing through a combination of exports and bringing business back to the UK that was being supplied by low cost countries. Our customers are enjoying the flexibility and cost benefits that our significant investments allow.

It is perhaps, though, most important that this opportunity is a pat on the back for our dedicated work force many of whom will be joining us at the award ceremony in London on the 23rd November."

MiGlass is a private equity backed  flat glass processor with a state of the art 53k ft2 factory employing 65 colleagues. Based in the Midlands MiGlass supplies toughened and decorated products throughout the whole of the UK and Europe.  Established in 1936 MiGlass specialises in printing, UV bonding and sub assembly, often in high volume.

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Date: 7 November 2012
Source: MiGlass Marketing Department

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