Grand opening of the fifth float glass smelter

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Patron Gabriela lighting the furnace on 07/02/2019

photo Euroglas

Patron Gabriela lighting the furnace on 07/02/2019


Piotr Noga is pleased to open the fith float glass plant

photo Euroglas

Piotr Noga is pleased to open the fith float glass plant

The grand opening of the latest float line took place on 08/05/2019 in Ujazd (Poland). Production is already running at full capacity, barely three months after ignition of the new melting furnace.


The project's construction schedule was very ambitious in its planning and implementation. This enabled the furnace to be lit just 51 weeks after the ground-breaking ceremony. The experienced project team even managed to reduce the construction period by two months compared to the previous tank.

The new furnace is named "Gabriela". This follows the tradition that each Euroglas furnace bears its patron's first name. In this case the daughter of Managing Director Piotr Noga. The additional capacity enables Euroglas Polska to satisfy increased demand in the Polish and European glass market.

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