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News from the glass and refractory ceramics world

By P. Carlo Ratto / December 2, 2014

News from the glass and refractory ceramics world.

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News from the glass and refractory ceramics worlds

By Eileen De Guire / February 17, 2013

• South African packaging company Nampak plans to double production capacity at its glassmaking unit by January next year as it seeks to become a more dominant player in South Africa. The company would add a third furnace to its existing glass production line at a cost of $112.3 million, doubling the capacity to 200,000 tons…

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News from the glass and refractory ceramics worlds

By / February 4, 2013

• Nippon Electric Glass Co. has succeeded in increasing width (up to 20 millimeters) and further reducing thickness (down to 4 micrometers) of glass-ribbon, achieving the widest and thinnest glass-ribbon in the world. • Star-Kazan Soda Elektrik, a subsidiary of one of Turkey’s leading conglomerates, the Ciner Group, and China Tianchen Engineering Corp. have signed…

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News from the glass and refractory worlds

By P. Carlo Ratto / May 22, 2012

• The enterprise for the production of construction glass in Kairakum (Sughd, Tajikistan) has launched a new line for production of one-liter and two-liter glass jars. Daily capacity of the new production line will be 20 thousand containers. Currently, the company produces 10,000 units of one-liter glass jars and two-liter per day. • AGY (Aiken, S.C.,…

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