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Fruitful fibre production

As fibreglass becomes an increasingly popular and necessary product, manufacturers face pressure to meet targets whilst running an energy-efficient operation. Mikael Le Guern and Amber Watkin delve into Eurotherm by Schneider Electric’s high efficiency solution for bushing power control during the melting process. The full version of this article appears in the May/June issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Renaissance man on a mission

Renaissance man on a mission

Managing Director of MKD32, recently elected President of British Glass, and Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers of London – Matthew Demmon’s CV charts an unusually varied career progression encompassing every glass sector and including recycling, commercial and operational areas. He talks to Glass Worldwide about his current roles and his plans to recruit more cheerleaders for the glass industry. The full version of this article appears in the May/June issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Exclusive Carlsberg interview

Exclusive Carlsberg interview

Exclusive Carlsberg interview

Carlsberg Group is one of the key supporters of ground-breaking trials by Encirc and Glass Futures to create the world’s most sustainable glass bottle from 100% recycled glass using a sustainable ultra-low carbon biofuel energy source instead of natural gas. With one million of these beer bottles manufactured for the Carlsberg Danish Pilsner brand, Sam Brakes, Senior Procurement Manager at Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company, spoke exclusively to Glass Worldwide about the revolutionary project and the role of glass packaging in the group’s zero carbon footprint strategy. The full version of this article appears in the May/June issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

Exclusive Schott interview

Exclusive Schott interview

Exclusive Schott interview

Headquartered in Germany but represented in 34 countries, specialty glass manufacturer SCHOTT intends to enter a new growth phase this fiscal year, as well as intensifying its efforts in climate protection. Having already delivered enough glass vials to provide more than one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines, Dr Frank Heinricht, Chairman of the Board of Management, explained exclusively to Glass Worldwide how the group expects to achieve its aims and why it has the pharmaceutical industry firmly in its sights. The full version of this article appears in the May/June issue that has been mailed globally and is also now available free of charge in the digital archive*.

John Wallis remembered

JOHN WALLIS REMEMBERED

John Wallis, Glass Worldwide’s Editorial Consultant

With great sadness, we announce that John Wallis, Glass Worldwide’s Editorial Consultant, passed away on 11 April 2021 at the age of 64.

With a glass industry association dating back more than 40 years, John worked as Deputy Editor, Editor, Managing Editor, Editorial Director and Business Sector Manager of Glass and Glass International and was instrumental in launching associated events before joining Glass Worldwide in 2010.

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