- Refurbishment of a glass furnace;
- replacement of glass forming machines;
- installation of quality control equipment;
- implementation of international operating and management standards, e.g., certification of ISO 9000.
- The project will demonstrate that long-term financing is available in Ukraine to companies that are committed to improving and adopting international standards.
- The project will contribute to a more competitive packaging sector. It will help meet the potential threat from foreign competition, enabling local glass container producers to meet a large proportion of the anticipated increase in demand from the food and drink manufacturers.
- GGF will further improve its business and operational standards, e.g., by achieving ISO 9000 certification.
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