industrial glass


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industrial glass

[in′dəs·trē·əl ¦glas]
(materials)
Any glass molded into shapes for product parts, for example, lime glass and lead glass.
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Midland Industrial Glass has succeeded because it was willing to exploit new markets to expand its client base.
From left: Nick Moate, Midven; Glenn Bicknell, Alan Taylor and Tony Gardner, Midland Industrial Glass
Additionally, Midland Industrial Glass has added a Schaitti straight line edger, which facilitates the manufacture of components for television stands, shop fitting, leisure equipment and a wide range of other applications.
Components manufactured by Midland Industrial Glass are eventually embodied into the products of companies, such as Sony, JVC and Toshiba.
Midven committed pounds 250,000 from the Advantage Growth Fund and with additional investment of pounds 600,000, Midland Industrial Glass has not only maintained production, but grown within the new 50,000 square foot facility at Downing Street, Smethwick.
Components manufactured by Midland Industrial Glass are eventually embodied in the products of leading companies such as Sony, JVC and Toshiba.
Midven investment manager Nicholas Moate said: 'We were very impressed with both the management and products of Midland Industrial Glass.
In 1981, Midland Industrial Glass bought a specialist tableware division of Smethwickbased Chance Glass.
It will enable Midland Industrial Glass to improve efficiency, break into new markets and increase productivity levels.
headquartered in Coatesville, is a Fortune 500 company whose subsidiaries supply carbon, alloy and clad plate steel; stainless sheet, strip and continuous mill products; pipe coating and cathodic corrosion protection services; reflective and industrial glass beads and highway safety products; industrial screening, materials-handling equipment and transportation services.

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