Zippe receives Noelle + Von Campe glass manufacturing capacity increase order

Zippe receives Noelle + Von Campe glass manufacturing capacity increase order

23rd June, 2021

German container glass manufacturer Noelle + von Campe plans to invest in a 420/day furnace.

Consol Glass revisits R1.5 billion investment project

Consol Glass revisits R1.5 billion investment project

23rd June, 2021

South African glass container manufacturer Consol is reconsidering a R1.5 billion ($104.6 million) investment project that had been halted due to the Covid pandemic.

Saint-Gobain’s UK furnace rebuild reaches half way stage

Saint-Gobain’s UK furnace rebuild reaches half way stage

23rd June, 2021

Saint-Gobain Glass UK has reached the half-way stage of its £30m project to build a new glass furnace at its factory in Eggborough, Yorkshire.

Latest issue: June 2021

June 2021

Welcome to the June 2021 issue of Glass International.

The issue includes an interview with Siberian Glass about its recent €20 million furnace investment, as well as an interview with Czech glass manufacturer Sklarny Moravia about it furnace inaugurated on June 11

We chat to glass industry veteran Vitaliano Gregori about his career in the sector as well as his recent appointment in a new role at Sigma Ref.

Elsewhere TECO discusses the life and times of an oxy fuel furnaces which has been in production for the past 17 years at a glass manufacturer.

We hear from cm.project.ing about the future of glass plant design as well as how CFD simulation technology help manufacturers design a glass facility.

This month's focus is on batch plant and Zippe, EME and Forglass all contribute technical articles.

Regular columnist John Parker and ICG President Alicia Duran round off the issue with a special column devoted to the International Year of Glass…