Glass Focus 2016 Awards - the winners

Applauded by friends and colleagues from across the glass industry, we announced this years' award winners at a black tie event at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh.

The Glass Focus Awards, and all the entries to them, showcase the outstanding breadth and quality of achievement in the glass industry. And with the awards open to everyone in the glass industry – British Glass member or not – all the entrants faced stiff competition. 

The judging panel, chaired by Dave Fordham of Glass Worldwide, brought together a diverse spread of expertise and knowledge from across the glass sector and its customers. The judges include Iain Ferguson, Environmental Manager at the Cooperative Group and Bruce Nicol of Dow Corning's High Performance Building team. Find out more about the judges.

And the winners are...

Glass Design 

Beatson Clark

For their bottle for STORY presse


 

Sponsored by: Daedalian Glass Studios 

Sustainable Process Development

O-I

For their investment in oxy-fuel furnaces at their Harlow plant - find out more.


 

Sponsored by: Vitritech Ltd

Corporate Social Responsibility

Encirc

For their Sustainable Products initiative.


  Sponsored by: Saint Gobain

Marketing Campaign Impact

Ardagh Group

For their Reasons to Love Glass campaign - find out more.


 

  Sponsored by: Field Design 

Improvement Through Innovation

Encirc

For their Academy and approach to sharing best practice.


 

  Sponsored by: Glass Technology Services


 

Supply Chain Initiative

Siemens

For their energy partnerships - find out more.


 

  Sponsored by: glasstec 
 

Apprentice of the Year

Tom Bagley of the Ardagh Group

For his impact on efficiency and productivity through problem solving and implementing changes.


 

  Sponsored by: Worshipful Company of
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