We deliver products that make the most of natural light and are energy efficient.
The success of Press Glass is a combination of several factors: people, place, time, determination, luck, and above all else, the free market.
When in 1992, I started my journey with Press Glass, a tiny plant in Wręczyca near Czestochowa, I did not think that I would ever experience such an extraordinary moment.
Our plants are among the most modern in the world; we introduce pioneering solutions, and each new plant benefits from the experience of existing ones.
We are a partner of leading window manufacturers, and our glass can be found in representative buildings in Europe and North America.
Today’s Press Glass is made up of over five thousand people in fifteen production plants. Over the last years, we have been developing dynamically and acquiring new markets.
In 2015, a plant was established in Croatia, and we also took over four plants in the United Kingdom. In 2017, we started production in the United States and took over two more plants in the UK. In 2020, production began at our second plant in the United States.
In 2022, the plant in Lithuania will start operations, and this year we are planning to start the construction of a plant in Wales. Another investment in Poland is in the design phase.
When asked if Press Glass has a strategy, I always say no. Unless we call it a strategy of unrestricted growth and development. Over the years, I’ve had the good fortune to work with great people. Their enthusiasm and commitment are crucial factors in the efforts to achieve our shared objectives.
It is experienced and creative people who are the greatest value of this company.
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PRESS GLASS MILESTONES
In the last 30 years, we have developed the company in an unimaginable way/like no one else in our industry. We started as a small plant in Wręczyca, now we have 15 plants in Europe and North America, and 2 more will be built soon.