The latest issue of Glass International includes an interview with O-I’s European President Erik Bouts.
Speaking on the first-year anniversary of his appointment as European President, Mr Bouts discusses the company’s latest plans for its European operation.
Ahead of the China Glass event next month, the issue also contains an in-depth focus of the Chinese glass container industry and a Q&A with the China National Association for Glass Industry.
In the Recycling feature, global beverage manufacturer Carlsberg talks about its Circular Community, while Zero Waste Scotland discusses some recent good news for the Scottish glass recycling industry.
The issue also contains a profile on the International Commission on Glass (ICG) while technical features are supplied by Rio Tinto Minerals, Dr Schenk and Lattimer, among plenty of others.
Cover image: Teco Group
Glassworks profile: Owens-Illinois
O-I President sets out plans for its European operation - Erik Bouts, Owens-Illinois
Interview with Warren Overton, newly appointed CEO of the Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA)
Focus on China
Q&A with China National Association for Glass Industry (CNAGI)
Carlsberg's Circular Community - Simon Hoffmeyer Boas, Carlsberg Group
Glass half full for Scottish recycling industry - Claire Munro, Zero Waste Scotland
A waste glass remelting system - Charlie Coggin, Glass Strand
Optimising energy efficiency of glass furnaces - Geert Jacobs, GEM Projects
A hydrogen recycling system for float glass lines - HyGear
International Commission on Glass (ICG)
Lattimer reports Southeast Asian surge
Borate raw materials for the glass industry - David Lever, Rio Tinto UK
Beatson Clark installs Siemens controls system
Mastering quality standards of glass production - Ulrich Bauereiss, Dr Schenk
China Glass 2014, Shanghai
All set for Mir Stekla 2014
Glass Focus Conference 2014