NSG secures funding for syngas glass manufacturing project

NSG secures funding for syngas glass manufacturing project

5th July, 2022

The NSG Group's Pilkington UK has secured government funding for a syngas fuel switching scheme in its glass manufacturing process.

Gerresheimer to invest €126 million in North Macedonian facility

Gerresheimer to invest €126 million in North Macedonian facility

5th July, 2022

German pharmaceutical company Gerresheimer is to invest €126 million in a new factory in the Technological-Industrial Development Zone (TIRZ), Skopje, North Macedonia.

ICG awards Alicia Durán for her lifetime's work promoting glass

ICG awards Alicia Durán for her lifetime's work promoting glass

5th July, 2022

26th International Congress on Glass (ICG) Opening Ceremony took place on the 4 July, at the Marriot Hotel in Berlin, Germany.

Latest issue: June 2022

June 2022

Welcome to the June 2022 issue of Glass International.

This month’s focus is decarbonisation. Linde tests its oxy-fuel burner with hydrogen and ethanol, Sefpro looks at refractory solutions to decarbonise the industry, and the topic is further explored in the float glass industry. Renewable glass manufacturing was also the focus of this year’s Furnace Solutions event in St Helens, UK, which is reviewed.

Elsewhere, we look towards events such as glasstec 2022 and Close the Glass Loop’s two-year anniversary. EME also gives insight on how to deliver the perfect batch.

We also look Leerdam Crisal Glass’s path to sustainability, Tiama’s new HQ and partnership with Siam Glass, as well as batch plants, laser technology and recycling.

Front cover courtesy of EME.