Sandomierz production milestone

Sandomierz production milestone

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06 Oct 2023

A new glass processing division, which has opened in Sandomierz, Poland, marks a company milestone.

Pilkington IGP in Sandomierz

Because as well as enabling NSG Group to respond to the growing demand for glass and insulating glass units at home and abroad, the expansion – marking the Company’s seventh branch in Sandomierz, - has created new jobs in the area – boosting employment and helping the local economy.

The opening, which took place on 19 September, officially marked the start of production with equipment that includes two production lines for double glazing, glass cutting tables, scissor lifts, manipulators, benders and overhead cranes.

The internal event was attended by employees and management representatives, including Krzysztof Granicki, Managing Director, AGE East, Nordic & Central Downstream and Christian Quenett, Head of Architectural Glass Europe.

In an opening speech, Operating Director Dariusz Kowalczyk said: “Our priority is to provide safe working conditions in an atmosphere of mutual respect, inclusion and diversity, with a special focus on ethical issues while at the same time, remaining committed to values such as quality and innovation. The opening of the new branch demonstrates the company's long-term commitment to the development of the industry.”

Krzysztof Granicki, Managing Director, AGE East, Nordic & Central Downstream said: “This new plant is the company's response to the ever-growing demand for glass and glass products. It will increase our production capacity and satisfy the needs of our key customers in southern Poland.”

“Currently, we have seven branches. The opening of this new one is not only evidence of the company's strong position, drive for innovation and quality, but also its forward-looking approach to development, which promises further achievements and successes.”

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