Meng Heng Glass maintains lead as one-stop source with Glaston RC200 and iLooK
Singapore-based Meng Heng Glass Pte Ltd is moving ahead of its competition with its investment in a new Glaston RC200 furnace complete with a fully integrated iLooK online quality measurement system. The company, which is the leading importer and exporter of glass in the region, began operations in 1968. In 2003, Meng Heng expanded into tempering glass with lamination following in 2008. Impeccably high quality standards have helped the company take the lead for even its most discerning architectural glass customers.
“Until now, we’ve always used Chinese-made furnaces to temper our glass products,” says Ian Lee, Business Development Manager of Meng Heng Glass Pte Ltd. “With this latest investment, we decided to upgrade ourselves by switching over to a European-made furnace that we can use to market to our customers that are primarily architects, developers and owners. With the
integrated Glaston RC200 and iLooK line, we now have a better product for these groups.”
“The quality it produces is very good and the reports that the integrated iLooK provides are very impressive. We’ve used these reports as part of our presentations to our target customers, and they too find them remarkable, as they are continuously looking for better quality products. And iLooK gives them the quality assurance they appreciate.”
– Ian Lee,Business Development Managerof Meng Heng Glass Pte Ltd.
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