Item 2005. - Paper finishing, Building #35, Kodak Canada Ltd.

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Paper finishing, Building #35, Kodak Canada Ltd.

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  • December 1, 1975 (Creation)
    Glaverbel Industries

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6 blueprints

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In 1961 the merger of the two largest producers of flat glass in Belgium, “Glaces et Verres” (Glaver S.A.) and “Union des Verreries Mécaniques Belges” (Univerbel S.A.) to form Glaverbel. In 1965, Glaverbel opened the first float glass line in continental Europe, at Moustier (Belgium). In 1972 the French company BSN (Danone) took control of Glaverbel and integrated the Belgian company in its own flat glass division. In 1981, BSN shed its flat glass activities and Glaverbel was acquired by Asahi Glass Co. Ltd. (Japan). In 1998, Glaverbel acquired the European flat glass activities of PPG Glass Industries, mainly located in France and Italy. In 2002, as part of its worldwide reorganisation AGC took full control of Glaverbel, which was delisted from the stock exchange. In 2007, AGC adopted a single name for all its companies around the world, and so Glaverbel became AGC Flat Glass Europe, and in 2010, AGC Glass Europe.

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5 Sheets Stapled

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