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| Tianjin NorthGlass has created a super-thick curtain wall glass with polymer material net for the Wellington Convention Center.
| Tūranga is the most important public library in Christchurch, New Zealand. It was opened in October 2018 and replaced the central library nearby, which was destroyed by the earthquake in 2011.
| In this video David Bunting at Architectural Glass Products (AGP) in New Zealand is sharing his & his team’s experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering lines.
| Launching New Zealand’s state-of-the-art facility for advanced insulated glass units
| Following on from the successful delivery of the Avantra Residences project, EBSA is excited to announce our exclusive partnership with Lamilux for the Australian and New Zealand markets.
| CSR Limited (CSR) announced today that Rob Sindel has indicated his intention to step down as CSR’s Managing Director and CEO within the coming 12 months.
| Two exclusive foreign distributors, Holdfast NZ Ltd. in New Zealand and Joints Oy in Finland, will enable Soudal to grow locally.
| CSR Limited (CSR) announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its Viridian Glass (Viridian) business to Crescent Capital Partners (Crescent) for a total cash consideration of approximately $155 million.
| Soft Tech growth sees appointment of new Business Development Manager in North America.
| Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon today announced the appointment of Managing Director Australia and New Zealand William Cox as its new Global Chief Executive Officer.
| Soft Tech announces that Mrs Anne Coulter will stand down as CEO of the Soft Tech Group of companies from 1 January 2019.
| Soft Tech will be exhibiting at GlassTech Asia / Fenestration Asia 2018 taking place 14 – 16 November in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. You will find our team at booth G20.
| Soft Tech are pleased to announce the release of V6 v3.7.
| Bystronic glass once again achieved great success after the installation of a new B’JUMBO I.G. line in Auckland, New Zealand.
| The project comprised a 5 level building with a shopfront / curtain wall arrangement to the ground floor and a series of large structurally glazed fixed windows throughout the balance of the façade.
| “When you start up a glass processing facility from scratch, you need to now that you can be comfortable with your choice of equipment.