In response to the increasing rate of sheet glass consumption in Iran and after thorough studies conducted by the Bank of Industry and Mines, Ghazvin Glass Factory was established in 1965. The first plant was allocated to a production hall, warehouse, administrative office, engineering services and repair workshops. In late 2001, GGC released the news of commencing its new project for construction of a float glass plant with the cooperation of Pilkington Company, UK. In 2009 Farsejin Float Plant was officially opened. Quality determines a particular product\'s ranking among similar commodities. With all the equipment and machinery of Ghazvin Glass Company supplied by the most respected European providers of technologies (Pilkington in UK, LiSEC in Austria, Tamglass in Finland, etc.), the quality of GGC products combined with the performance of its skilled operators has led to the achievement of ISIRI and Quality Management licenses.

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