PARTNERSHIP

TOGETHER MAKING THINGS HAPPEN.

One goal existed at the beginning of the Euroglas story: to independently produce glass for the processing facilities of Glas Troesch Group and its partners. Since then, this goal has been realised, day after day. This is what drove them, together with the Arnold glass company, to establish the first float
glass factory in Hombourg, France. Just two years later, Erich Troesch, of the fourth generation of the Swiss family enterprise, together with the Arnold and Nowak glass companies, opened the second float glass factory in
Haldensleben, Germany. In co-operation with the Semcoglas Group and the Glas Sprinz company, a third factory was opened in 2006 in Osterweddingen, Germany.


EXPANSION INTO EASTERN EUROPE

The deliberate, consistent pursuit of development and growth reached a high point in the opening of the fourth float factory in Ujazd, Poland, in August 2009.

Established in co-operation with Press-Glas SA, it is one of the largest facilities in the world. Glas Troesch thus succeeded in becoming the first
independent, medium-sized company in glass manufacturing.

FACTS & FIGURES FLOAT GLASS FACTORIES

Start of operations Daily output*
Hombourg, France 1995 580t
Haldensleben, Germany 1997 700t
Osterweddingen, Germany 2006 800t
Ujazd, Poland 2009 1000t

* Minimum quantities

Partnership with vision – as symbolised by the transparent cladding of the Euroglas factories.

Euroglas float glass factory Hombourg, France
Euroglas float glass factoryHaldensleben, Germany
Euroglas float glass factoryOsterweddingen, Germany
Euroglas float glass factory Ujazd, Poland