CP Glass may be one of the youngest container glassmakers but it has already made its mark on the industry.
The Polish company was only formed less than 15 years ago but has brought a modern approach to glassmaking.
It has sought opportunities in the traditional, conservative glassmaking sector and reaped the benefits.
It does not do the conventional. For example, after successfully establishing its first glass plant in its homeland it made the decision to build a second plant….nearly 6000km away in Aurangabad, India.
This plant was one of the most modern in the country, equipped with the latest technology and designed to meet the needs of large, global customers with bases in India.
Similarly, its unconventional style was highlighted in a recent beer bottle launch.
To help meet the growing trend for product differentiation, the flint-coloured bottle is triangular shaped and comes with its own cardboard six pack packaging.
CP Glass CEO and President, Krzysztof Staniek, states: “Because we are newcomers our approach is different and we like to bring as much fresh air as possible to this industry.
“We are not only proud that we can make glass, we are proud that we can convert this industry to a higher level, to be more modern, innovative and offer solutions to customers that were not available in the past.”
*The full 1500 word article about CP Glass is available to read from the latest issue of Glass International out now.
To read click here https://www.glass-international.com/issues/view/april-2019/aprilissuu2019