Tvitec increased its architectural glass sales a 30% in 2015

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Date: 25 January 2016

The architectural glass manufacturer, Tvitec, increased its sales a 30% in 2015.

Tvitec S.L. had a turnover more than 75 million € for the sale of its high performance products. The 65% of its billing came from the international market.

This is a 5% more than 2014. The Spanish company expects to increase its sales a 20% in 2016. Tvitec expects to reach the 90 million €. Largely due to the growth in North America. 2015 was an intense year for Tvitec. The Spanish Government approved financial support for the investment of 20 million € in the extension of this main factory (Cubillos del Sil, León).

Tvitec will invest 20 million € in the extension during the 2016 and 2017. Last year Tvitec supplied its high quality architectural glass for projects like Italy Pavilion at Milan Expo (Nemesi&Partner), Swarovski Crystal World in Austria (Snohetta) or The Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro (Calatrava), plus some of the largest in the world skyscrapers, offices towers or hospitals.

Currently, Tvitec supplies high performance glass to many projects in London for more than 15 million €.

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