Zippe GmbH builds most modern batch plant for Sangalli Vetro

Zippe Industrieanlagen GmbH (Wertheim am Main, Germany) has recently received the order from the italian glass manufacturer Sangalli Vetro to build a new modern float glass batch plant, located in Northern Italy, close to Trieste.

The batch plant will have a capacity of 835 tons in 16 hours and produce high quality float glass.

The project, which has been in the planning phase for almost 4 years, has finally become reality and is on the the way for success.

Zippe is happy to continue the good relationship with Sangalli and will guarantee a successful engineering, production and start up of the plant.

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