Spanish government supports with 14 million euros the new TVITEC's architectural glass facility

Tvitec will invest over 18 million euros in the expansion of its glass high- performance glass factory.

The Spanish government has approved a credit of 14 million euros for a project of great industrial interest.    Tvitec's plant in Cubillos (León) will be consolidated as the largest production center of architectural glass in Europe.The project will increase the plant's production capacity.

The total area of the factory will be 85,000 square meters. The new plant  will have 25,000 square meters. The earliest works are already underway. The goal is to be opened in 2017.

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