Refurbished glass furnace lights up in Kyrgyz Republic

The FINANCIAL -- After a period of extensive modernisation, Interglass – the largest industrial glass producer in Central Asia – is restarting the operation of its float glass plant.

The furnace was fired up during a ceremony in Tokmok in the north of the country.The EBRD provided a total of about US$ 22 million to Interglass, including a US$ 10 million loan approved in July 2011 to support the modernisation project.Full Story.

The FINANCIAL -- After a period of extensive modernisation, Interglass – the largest industrial glass producer in Central Asia – is restarting the operation of its float glass plant.

The furnace was fired up during a ceremony in Tokmok in the north of the country.

The EBRD provided a total of about US$ 22 million to Interglass, including a US$ 10 million loan approved in July 2011 to support the modernisation project.

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