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Flexible, Elegant, Heat-Resistant and Scratchproof
SCHOTT to present the versatility of specialty glass at glasstec
The international technology group and specialty glass expert SCHOTT will be presenting its innovations at glasstec in Dusseldorf again this year. The leading international trade fair on glass is being held under the motto “intelligent glass” and will focus on thin glass technology among other topics. With its ultra-thin glass, even on a roll, SCHOTT offers a high-performance material for innovative applications in various industries. The company based in Mainz, Germany, will also be showing many other types of flat glass – from striking architectural glass to design-oriented toughened glasses for kitchens or vehicle cabins, high-performance flat glass-ceramics for industrial applications, or thin, lightweight, highly scratchproof specialty glass for smartphones and more. SCHOTT will be presenting its products and innovations at booth A 22 in Hall 11 from October 21-24. More


SCHOTT Debuts All-Glass Chiller Door System to Expand Viewing Area and Drastically Cut Energy Consumption
SCHOTT Termofrost® AGD 3, Polaris® LED systems offer highest quality, energy-efficiency, and reliability
SCHOTT North America will unveil its new SCHOTT Termofrost® AGD 3 all-glass door system for refrigeration cases in U.S. stores at the 2014 National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show in Las Vegas, held between October 7 and 10. SCHOTT has recognized the benefits of combining German engineering with American manufacturing to produce the highest quality product. SCHOTT’s Vincennes, Indiana facility fulfills that goal for the Termofrost AGD 3 and other systems through a one-piece manufacturing product flow that ensures quality checks throughout production. SCHOTT will display its entire line of refrigerator glass door systems at NACS at booth #6579. More


SCHOTT Smart Touch Sets New Design Trend in Control Panels for Electrical Appliances
In the future, appliances will be able to be operated using finger grooves in the glass surface.
SCHOTT has responded to the latest trend in user interfaces in the electrical appliance industry by incorporating minimalistic design and intuitive surface control with a new technology called Smart Touch. Thanks to Smart Touch, discrete finger grooves and sliders in the glass surface now intuitively guide use, instead of push buttons, knobs, and slide controls that used to cause turmoil. This means completely new design and operator concepts can be realized for coffee machines, refrigerators, medical devices, and other industrial applications. More


As Stylish as Metal, as Carefree as Glass: SCHOTT MetalLook Brings Trendy Surfaces into the Home
New surface combines the material advantages of glass with the precious look of stainless steel
The international technology group SCHOTT now offers MetalLook, a product that combines the virtues of glass with the precious look of metal. It is ideal for trendy appliance surfaces in kitchens and homes because it can be easily cleaned. Furthermore, SCHOTT MetalLook allows for completely new design options. This product is particularly well-suited for use in the control panels of ovens, refrigerators, and other appliances where thin logos, lines, or symbols in a stainless steel effect should be applied on the glass surface. More


SCHOTT's New Denali Thin-Rail Door System Increases Glass Viewing Area and Reduces Energy Costs for Commercial Refrigeration
The Denali door system expands shelf space and reduces energy costs for convenience stores


SCHOTT Completes Move of Food Display Glass Manufacturing to Indiana to Double Production Capacity
SCHOTT Gemtron boosts local economy by bringing 115 jobs to Vincennes, Ind. More


SCHOTT plans to grow through its core businesses in 2013
  • Strong market position in the areas of Pharmaceutical Systems, Home Tech, Electronic Packaging and Advanced Materials

  • Withdrawal from polycrystalline photovoltaics to leave no lasting adverse effects on the company

  • Investments in tangible fixed assets to increase to 150 million euros in 2012/2013