Can it be that Bolzano is famous worldwide as the No.1 learning center for new glass processing technologies? Yes, it can. Actually, perhaps not having a thousand-year history that inevitably […]
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A further rise in crude oil prices caused by political uncertainty in the Middle East has made it difficult to offset the cost increase simply through corporate efforts
So begins the story of Federica Bovone, dynamic professional and new mother, part of the glass industry since 2003.
by Camilla Zanetti
Is this crisis in the exalted BRIC nations really so severe? Above all, if it exists, is it ingrained or temporary? And which new emerging countries should we keep our eyes on then? How is the glass processing sector involved? To get a clearer vision of the situation, we turned to Dino Fenzi, President of the Fenzi Group, President of Vitrum and Honorary President of Gimav
She “tiptoed” into the company at twenty years of age. Today Michela Lattuada lives for her family’s beloved business in the spirit of absolute continuity
The survey by Gimav – the Italian Association of Glass Processing Machinery and Accessory Suppliers – takes a snapshot of a 2013 on the upswing, with positive signs for a 2014 that is finally heading into recovery
ATIV (Association of Italian Glass Technologists) and SSV (Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro), in cooperation with the University of Parma, are pleased to announce the next 12th ESG Conference that will be held in Parma (Italy) from 21 to September 24, 2014.
The new ViraconGlass mobile iPad app is designed to improve the glass selection process for both architects and glazing contractors