The German special glass manufacturer SCHOTT made a further investment of 9 million euro in Bolu in June.
The glass company SCHOTT, which has production sites and sales offices in 34 countries with 137 years of experience, 17 thousand 300 employees and 34 factories, continued its investments in Turkey and opened its new factory in Bolu with an investment of 9 million Euros, with a special opening ceremony with its business partners.
Being one of the world's leading companies in specialty glass and continuing its activities in Turkey since 1989, it exports products from Turkey to 20 countries in 4 continents and produces flat glass for the white goods sector with its Bolu and Tekirdağ Çerkezköy factories.
With the innovations that will turn the dreams of its customers into reality by increasing its capacity by 50% in a closed area of 20 thousand square meters in SCHOTT's new factory to be opened in Bolu; will produce glass with high added value, mainly oven, cooker, hood and refrigerator front door glasses.
SCHOTT; It will create new employment opportunities with this facility, which it has built in an average of one and a half years, and will contribute to the Turkish economy with products to be exported abroad. At the Bolu factory, which creates new employment opportunities; The number of employees increased from 700 to 1,000. With its design-oriented, innovative, functional glass producing capacity and high-quality service, SCHOTT has focused on facilitating and inspiring the lives of both manufacturers and consumers in Turkey for 20 years; today, it is proud to open a brand new and state-of-the-art production facility with an impressive digital infrastructure.
The ceremony, hosted by SCHOTT Executive Board member Dr. Heinz Kaiser, was attended by Bolu Governor Erkan Kılıç and Bolu Mayor Tanju Özcan and the sector's esteemed representatives. "This big step will ensure that we continue to contribute to our customers' success stories on home appliances with quality, delivery reliability and innovation," Dr. Kaiser added.