A New Plant in Ras-Al-Khaimah

SAVERGLASS will strengthen its industrial presence worldwide by opening in the Middle East its new Ras Al Khaimah production site by January 2013.

SAVERGLASS, the world specialist in manufacturing and decorating luxury and high end bottles will be inaugurating a furnace in its new factory at Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), United Arab Emirates (UAE).This new investment is part of the group's strategy for international development. It has also been made to satisfy the growing demand in the Southern hemisphere and serve markets from its new strategic location, such as: South Africa, Australia, New-Zealand & the USA, etc.

The new furnace has state-of-the-art equipment coming from the high industrial know-how of the group. More than 150 million bottles will be produced/ year. 120 employees are expected to be running the plant early next year.

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Date: 10 September 2012
Source: www.saverglass.com

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