Looking ahead, the forthcoming September/October issue will be the biggest ever published and will be distributed at Glasstec, GPC and all the other autumn events in addition to the normal global circulation. To make sure you receive a copy or to reserve your advertisement, please visit www.glassworldwide.co.uk
In the meantime, the July/August issue is packed with 33 articles from 12 different countries, including:
ON THE SPOT:
Exclusive interview with Chai Kung Fee, Plant Manager at O-I BJC Glass Malaysia and Chairman of the Organising Committee of 38th Asean Glass Conference.
6 page exclusive interview with Erik Bouts, President of O-I Europe, about the company’s current activities, investments and future plans in Europe, as well his recent election as President of FEVE.
Siemens and British Glass exclusively tell Glass Worldwide about their joint apprenticeship initiative, aimed at securing the future skills needed in the flat and hollow sectors + plans for a new Centre of Excellence.
FOCUS ON ITALY:
• ATIV Paper: Factory Spotlight on the Sangalli Group.
• Exclusive interviews with Alessandro Bandini (ATIV President) and Stefano Manoli (General Director of SSV), covering the different glass sectors in Italy and their roles as Chairmen of the ESG 2014 Conference.
• Opinion – Combining aesthetics and design for the better expression of brand values.
• GIMAV’s recent management changes.
10 technical articles covering architectural glazing, batch plant, decoration, flat glass production, holloware, inspection, process control, quality control and ware handling.
A unique guide to the melting of flat and hollow glass.
Exclusive contributions from FEVE and Glass for Europe on topics affecting their members in the hollow and flat sectors.
Company profiles of FIC, Glass Service and Motim.
Reviews and previews of China Glass 2014, Glass Focus 2014, GlassBuild America, Mir Stekla 2014 and Deco 2014, as well as a comprehensively updated diary of forthcoming events in 2014-15.