French high-end bottle maker Saverglass has recovered 80% of its production capacity in recent weeks.
Its order book remains preserved but the manufacturer expects fluctuations in global demand.
Saverglass wants to believe that everything will restart quickly. After almost a month of shutdown at its Feuquières site, Saverglass reactivated the two ovens at the plant on April 14.
It is also restarted those of Arques and Le Havre . “About half of our capacity in France had been put on hold. We are recovering around 80% of our capacity,” said Loïc Quentin de Gromard, Saverglass’s Chairman.
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