Vidroporto entrusts the supply of its process equipment to the four partners of the Glass Alliance

For its new container glass plant in Brazil, Vidroporto chose ZIPPE, HORN, BUCHER EMHART Glass and MSK Verpackungs-Systeme GmbH for the design, supply, erection and start-up of the whole production unit.

Although the four orders were negotiated and placed separately, the four members of the Glass Alliance are very glad to be chosen in Q2-2013 by Vidroporto for the construction of its brand new container glass plant in Porto Ferreira, Brazil.The start-up of that state-of-the-art factory is due in Q2-2014, making the logistics matter a challenge.

This project is considered as a “Glass Alliance project”, and presents another great opportunity to demonstrate the close cooperation of the four members. The combination of the four members is for the investors a great benefit in terms of technical optimization, smooth work flow and financial risks mitigation. All interfaces between each section of the hot and cold ends are managed by the four members, internally, under the transversal control of cm.project.ing, while the overall project management remains in the hands of Vidroporto. The independent engineering company cm.project.ing has been a recurrent partner of the four members of the Glass Alliance for the last years, participating in successful projects.

The project was officially launched in July, 2013 by Vidroporto during the kick-off meeting that gathered all players such as the key managers of Vidroporto and the project managers of Zippe, Horn, Bucher Emhart Glass, MSK Verpackungs-Systeme and cm.project.ing.

For regular updates on the latest developments of the Glass-Alliance, please visit www.glass-alliance.com.

600450 Vidroporto entrusts the supply of its process equipment to the four partners of the Glass Alliance glassonweb.com
Date: 14 October 2013
Source: Glass-Alliance

See more news about:

See more from these topics:

Others also read

Hydro Extruded Solutions AS has agreed with Arconic to acquire its two extrusion plants in Brazil. The agreement will strengthen Hydro’s downstream position in Brazil and create a solid platform for further growth.
Diversified manufacturer Saint-Gobain, Courbevoie, France, has agreed to acquire two companies: Brazilian adhesives company TekBond and German scrim manufacturer Kirson.
Saint-Gobain is boosting its presence in Brazil with the acquisition of the network of Tumelero Materiais de Construção sales outlets in the country’s southernmost state, Rio Grande do Sul.
A new line of products strengthens the collaboration between the Fenzi Group, a world leader in chemicals for glass processing, and the Brazilian company, GR – Gusmão Representações that distributes the best glass technology on the domestic market.
Check the news of the 12th Glass South America, the main business platform in the glass sector in Latin America.

Add new comment