Welcome to the February 2019 issue of Glass International.
This month we focus on Ardagh Glass, Arup, Piramal Glass, Pavisa, CIRCE and Stölzle.
Ardagh’s Supplier Quality Manager Hans Hilkes discusses the company’s cullet approach after its 10-year master plan.
We talk to engineers from Arup about a new network to enable recycling of flat glass back into the float line and back into architectural glass.
Piramal Glass’s Director Vijay Shah highlights its recent investment in Microsoft digital technology.
Mexican glassmaker Pavisa explains its goals after recently entering the French market.
CIRCE discusses its collaboration with Verallia to reduce energy consumption in its furnaces.
Stölzle Flaconnage highlights its Prestige Standards rum bottle offering, which was produced with start up businesses in mind.
Elsewhere, our technical articles are supplied by: P Carlo Ratto, Ruth Engel, Sefpro, Refel and DSF.
Prof John Parker of the Turner Museum of Glass provides his regular history column and discusses forensics and fibres.
Cover image courtesy of FORGLASS