Turkey’s Gurallar Cam Ambalaj (GCA) has selected Applied Vision Corporation’s Volcano glass inspection systems for its new furnace project in 2020.

It means Applied Vision continues its strategic growth into the glass container market due to its advancements in glass inspection technology and global support network.

Mr. Abdullah Gayret, General Manager of GCA Gurallar Cam Ambalaj , said: “We chose Applied Vision for this project because of its commitment to new technologies that support our strategic focus as well as our positive experiences working with them on past projects.

“It is clear that the future will belong to the most advanced, efficient and technology-driven companies, and we try to strive towards the future in collaboration with our global suppliers and business partners.”

“Applied Vision is very pleased to have been selected for this project by GCA. Our companies share a common commitment to partner and supply the highest levels of quality possible in all we do,” said Jeff Hartung, Applied Vision’s Executive Vice President – Sales, Glass.

*An extensive interview with Mr Gayret about GCA was published in the May issue of Glass International (page 30) , available here https://bit.ly/2XzXLqY

In it he said the Kutahya-based glassmaker will launch a second furnace later this year thanks to an increase in demand for its products.*