British Glass is delighted to welcome a number of companies from across the glass supply chain into membership following the start of a new financial year.
Based in Stockholm, Sweden Green Energy Supplier InEpact AB transforms low temperature waste heat from marine, industry and geothermal sources into clean, renewable electricity.
The company looks to generate electricity from industry cooling, pressure reduction of steam, flue gases as well as waste heat and steam.
Pattesons Glass is a leading global distributor of glass packaging, providing a range of innovative solutions for the food, drink, and cosmetics industries.
The Grimsby based glass wholesaler boasts a range of cost-effective standard articles of glass packaging while also offering a portfolio of bespoke custom designs to customers.
Glass furnace construction and refractory engineering experts Chapman Brack offer skilled engineers to maintain, re-build and repair glass furnaces across the UK.
Based in Sheffield, the business has many years’ experience in their field bringing together management and personnel with the specialist knowledge needed to perform their work.
British Glass is also delighted to welcome glass recyclers URM back into membership.
With locations across the UK including Doncaster and Knottingley, URM provide much needed glass recycling collection services and cullet for a number of glass manufacturers in Britain.
Finally, Bulk Powder Terminals is a bulk handling facility in the port of Liverpool for the import of bulk minerals and chemicals, storage and distribution to customers.
The company specialises in dry bulk chemicals and minerals to UK clients in a number of industries including the glass sector.
British Glass CEO Dave Dalton said:
“All of us at British Glass would like to extend a warm welcome to both new and returning members that have joined us this year.
“We are delighted to add them to an already diverse membership that covers many aspects of the supply chain that is so vital to our industry, and we look forward to building relationships and representing them as the next 12 months progresses.”