Quartz Business Media Ltd
RH1 1QX Redhill
|Phone||0044 1737 855 000|
|Fax||0044 1737 855 034|
|Get in contact with Glass International|
|Contact 1.||Ken Clark
Phone: 0044 1737 855117
Fax: 0044 1737 855034
|Contact 2.||Greg Morris
Phone: 0044 1737 855132
Fax: 0044 1737 855034
|Contact 3.||Martin Lawrence
|Contact 4.||Esme Horn
Phone: 0044 17 378551 36
Fax: 0044 17 378550 34
|Contact 5.||Sophie Wright
|Contact 6.||Sheena Adesilu
|Contact 7.||Manuel Martin Quereda
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Company Background / History
Launched in 1978, Glass International fosters the exchange of technical knowledge on the widest possible basis within the international glassmaking community. It is read by production, technical and research glass professionals throughout the world .
The magazine is published 10 times per year and in addition to reporting on the latest technology associated with glass production, it is well-known for the publication of in-depth surveys, reviewing the location, constitution and activities of the glassmaking industry in specific countries.
Chinese and Russian language editions are also published.
In essence, the editorial brief is to highlight examples of good manufacturing practice and technical innovations that support the industry´s long-term development goals.
Glass International is published by Quartz Business Media Ltd. We offer a portfolio of journals, exhibitions, conferences, yearbooks and market reports covering glass manufacturing and processing. With established expertise in this sector we are able to offer global media products that provide professionals in the sector with valuable information and contacts to help develop their business.
To satisfy a combination of local and international demand, specialist manufacturing facilities are now strategically located in countries throughout the world. No longer is the industry´s latest technology limited to plants in Western Europe and North America. Today the Pacific Rim, Latin America and other parts of the world boast equally advanced facilities.
Industrial-scale glassmaking impacts so many aspects of everyday life, from high rise buildings to car windscreens, drinking glasses to television screens and light bulbs to beverage bottles. All too frequently, the opportunities for glass development are bound only by our imagination.
In line with so many traditional industrial sectors, the world´s glassmakers have grown leaner in recent years and are looking increasingly to their suppliers for ways to optimise their manufacturing processes and improve profitability. This critical interface between glassmakers and suppliers is strongly supported by Quartz Business Media, via the publication of specialist magazines and yearbooks and the organisation of dedicated glass industry exhibitions and conferences.
No other business-to-business publisher provides such a comprehensive range of media services, satisfying the information needs of the glassmaking community worldwide.
The Glass International website www.glass-international.com is packed with
information on the glass industry and is continually updated with news for
glass professionals and features from the latest issue of Glass International magazine