New energy-saving glass production launched in Russia?s South

New energy-saving glass production launched in Russia?s SouthA new factory to use nanotechnology in manufacturing energy-saving float glass launched last week outside Rostov-on-Don, in Russia?s South.

A new factory to use nanotechnology in manufacturing energy-saving float glass launched last week outside Rostov-on-Don, in Russia?s South, according to the official Rostov Regional Government website. The main investor, which is said to have pumped more than $240m in the new facility, is Guardian Industries, a global leader in float glass production. The factory is expected to focus on making architectural glass with a capacity of 900 tons a day. The project has helped create more than 300 new jobs at the factory itself, and other companies collaborating with this project report the opening of another 700 jobs. ?This is Guardian?s largest and most advanced of its 29 production sites across the world,? said Governor Vasily Golubev of the Rostov region. He added that ?its products will be in demand not only in the Rostov region but also across Russia and the former Soviet Union...