Saverglass’s Mexican site produces first bottles

  

Saverglass’s container making site in Acatlán de Juárez, near Guadalajara, Mexico has produced its first bottles.

The French glassmaker said the new site was built in 327 days and uses advanced glass and decoration technology.

It is the first glassmaking site the company has built in Mexico.

The group said the site was dedicated to the North American market and meets the development needs of its premium and luxury spirits and wine customers.

The first bottles were produced on June 10, 2018.

The company has its headquarters in Feuquieres, northern France. 

Pictured: Workers celebrate the furnace baptism