Vitro Announces The Winning Entries For The "Most Innovative"

• Gina Albisua, Ines Escalante and Montserrat Martinez were the student winners by presenting a special ergonomic container that prevents the consumer from confusing the front of the container with the back.

In addition to being selected as the winning project, it will be included in the annual competition organized by the Mexican Packaging and Container Association.• The quality of the 23 projects presented by students from the Anahuac University forced the judges to grant two honorable mentions. San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, México, May 26, 2010 - Vitro S.A.B. de C.V. (“Vitro” or the “Company”) (BMV: VITROA) announced today that the project presented by Gina Albisua, Ines Escalante and Montserrat Martinez was awarded the top prize as being the “Most Innovative Container” for 2010 in a competition organized for the second consecutive year at the Anahuac University. The awards ceremony took place on the Anahuac campus in the CAD Auditorium within the framework of the inauguration of the Design Expo 2010, organized by the School of Industrial Design from this prestigious university.“We congratulate all of the participants for accepting the challenge and demonstrating their capacity to transform their fresh ideas into concrete projects including the winners for presenting a fabulous innovative concept for the food segment, that for its practical characteristics, benefits the ergonomics of its use allowing for its contents to be easily Served”, comments Roberto Romero, Vitro Glass Containers Marketing Director. Read more here.• Gina Albisua, Ines Escalante and Montserrat Martinez were the student winners by presenting a special ergonomic container that prevents the consumer from confusing the front of the container with the back.
• In addition to being selected as the winning project, it will be included in the annual competition organized by the Mexican Packaging and Container Association.
• The quality of the 23 projects presented by students from the Anahuac University forced the judges to grant two honorable mentions.
 
San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, México, May 26, 2010 - Vitro S.A.B. de C.V. (“Vitro” or the “Company”) (BMV: VITROA) announced today that the project presented by Gina Albisua, Ines Escalante and Montserrat Martinez was awarded the top prize as being the “Most Innovative Container” for 2010 in a competition organized for the second consecutive year at the Anahuac University.
 
The awards ceremony took place on the Anahuac campus in the CAD Auditorium within the framework of the inauguration of the Design Expo 2010, organized by the School of Industrial Design from this prestigious university.“We congratulate all of the participants for accepting the challenge and demonstrating their capacity to transform their fresh ideas into concrete projects including the winners for presenting a fabulous innovative concept for the food segment, that for its practical characteristics, benefits the ergonomics of its use allowing for its contents to be easily Served”, comments Roberto Romero, Vitro Glass Containers Marketing Director.
 
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