EXCLUSIVE STOELZLE INTERVIEW

EXCLUSIVE STOELZLE INTERVIEW

Established in 1871, the Stoelzle Oberglas facility in Köflach, Austria is today the headquarters of the Stoelzle Glass Group and has recently been upgraded with a new furnace. Georg Feith, CEO of the Stoelzle Glass Group speaks exclusively to Glass Worldwide about strategic investment, sustainability goals and the success of the company’s Flint Prestige Recycling glass. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

EXCLUSIVE SISECAM INTERVIEW

EXCLUSIVE SISECAM INTERVIEW

In an exclusive Glass Worldwide interview, Şişecam Chairman and Executive Member of the Board Professor Dr Ahmet Kırman details the construction of the company’s first glass packaging facility in Europe and summarises its latest activities in the flat glass, glassware and glass packaging sectors. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

EXCLUSIVE BORMIOLI PHARMA INTERVIEW

EXCLUSIVE BORMIOLI PHARMA INTERVIEW

Since he joined as CEO in 2018, Bormioli Pharma has made good use of Andrea Lodetti’s 25 years of cross-industry experience. Having already taken great strides to achieving ambitious sustainability goals, Mr Lodetti illustrated his broad approach to responsible company management in an exclusive Glass Worldwide interview. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

GlassPrint 2023

GlassPrint 2023

Europe’s only dedicated event for the decoration of glass, the GlassPrint conference and exhibition will return to Düsseldorf, Germany on 25–26 April 2023. Call for papers and discounted early bird registration have been announced. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Optimising energy in electric boosting and melting systems

Optimising energy in electric boosting and melting systems

Mikael Le Guern from Eurotherm explains how installing power boxes close to furnace electrodes can help glassmakers to benefit from improved energy efficiency and reduced costs compared to traditional power system designs for melting. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Enhancing sustainability and efficiency at the cold end

Enhancing sustainability and efficiency at the cold end

To supply sustainable production solutions for the container glass industry, MSK has developed new technologies for the cold end in the area of bottle conveyor systems, palletising and packaging, and pallet handling in general, Uwe Jonkmanns reports. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Meeting demand for the new generation of IS machines

Meeting demand for the new generation of IS machines

Headquartered in the UK, Lattimer designs and manufactures IS mechanisms and components for glass plants in all parts of the world. Mark Hailwood explains how the company’s products continue to set standards in the glass container forming industry. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

35th Hotbels Glass Industry Seminar

35th Hotbels Glass Industry Seminar

Held in Lexington, Kentucky, USA on 26–27 April, the 35th Hotbels glass industry seminar for suppliers and glassmakers incorporated the presentation of the Business & Technology United (BTU) Award to Chuck Mace of Ardagh Group. The full version of this article appears in the July/August 2022 issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

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