Published on December 22nd, 2017 | By: April Gocha0
Ceramic and glass business news of the weekPublished on December 22nd, 2017 | By: April Gocha
Russian company Saratovstroysteklo will start producing energy-saving glass in 2019. The volume of investments in the project will amount to $25.4 million. The volume of production will be 8 million square meters of high-tech glass per year.
Corning Incorporated has entered into agreements with 3M to purchase substantially all of 3M’s Communication Markets Division in a cash transaction valued at approximately $900 million. The acquisition is expected to close during 2018.
Businesses can take advantage of the ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ to make their processes more efficient, and they can use the digital technology of IoT to transform their businesses and industries.
Zeiss recently announced Zeiss Zen Intellesis, a new machine learning capability that enables researchers to perform advanced analysis of their imaging samples across multiple microscopy methods. The algorithmic solution allows powerful segmentation for 2-D and 3-D datasets.
The ₹10,000-crore Dalmia Bharat Group is looking for acquisitions overseas, specifically in Europe, as part of growing its refractory business. Plans are also afoot to appoint representatives in Bangladesh, West Asia, Africa, and Russia to grow exports.
Somany Ceramics Ltd., India’s third largest tile maker, doesn’t expect the disruption caused by the Goods and Services Tax to ease in the second half of the year to March even after the tax rate on the industry was lowered.
Prices for materials used in the glass and glazing industry increased in November, according to recently released Producer Price Index data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The monthly PPI for flat glass in the commodity category increased 0.1% in November from the previous month.
Bestcolleges.com partnered with Campus Pride to rank the top colleges in the country for LGBTQ students. The ranking combines metrics with a comprehensive national rating system that measures LGBTQ-friendly campus life.
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