About Glass International

Glass International offers readers the latest news from across the hollow, container, flat, and speciality glassmaking industry and is the official media partner for the global Glassman events.

In addition to 10 English language issues per year, it is published twice a year in Chinese and once a year in Russian in order to reach non-English speaking markets.

The magazine focuses on industrial, economic and environmental issues affecting the industry and includes articles discussing the latest developments and challenges in glass manufacturing.
Regular features comprise of global news and events, company and country profiles, and previews and reviews of important industry conferences and exhibitions.

Approximately 5500 copies of each issue are circulated to subscribers and targeted readers worldwide, including:

  • Manufacturers of container, float and speciality glasses
  • Glass processors
  • Suppliers of equipment and services to the glassmaking industry
  • Research organisations
  • Technical consultants
  • Academic institutions
  • End users of glass

A digital version of the magazine is sent to subscribers, along with a round up of the top news stories each week in the form of a newsletter. If you are a paying subscriber of Glass International and we do not have your email address, send it to us to ensure you receive your electronic copy.

Glass International team:

Greg Morris, Editor
George Lewis, Assistant Editor
Ken Clark, Sales Director,


Read what others are saying about Glass International.

[It provides a] broad overview of market and company developments. I especially like the people focus /interviews/news and the country analysis (like the Brazilian market developments overview).

Klaus Rudolph, Saint-Gobain Oberland

Broad look into industry, container glass well covered.

Christian Roos, IPGR

Clean design and easy reading, varied information.

V. Favry, Glass Alliance Europe

Glass International keeps me informed and current on industry trends, happenings and events.

Michael A. Nelson, Glass consultant