Verallia get the prize for supporting cultural events in Gniezno. The statuette was awarded by the president of Gniezno-Tomasz Budasz.
We would like to thank You for the trust and the cooperation.
We wish You a Merry Christmas, every success and happiness in the New Year.
Here's how Verallia present themselves at International Traid of Wine in Bordeaux:
An independent group, Verallia is one of the world’s top three manufacturers of glass packaging for food and beverages, and proposes innovative, customized and environmentally-friendly solutions. Verallia produced around 16 billion glass bottles and jars in 2016. Verallia’s business model is based on combining the strength of its global network (manufacturing operations in 13 countries, sales locations in 46 countries with 5 technical centres and 13 product development centres) and local customer relationships in all regions. In 2016, Verallia achieved net sales of €2.4bn.
For more information: www.verallia.com.
We present this year's Christmas bottle! Printing was made by fluorescence paints,
which shine smartly under the UV light and gold hot-stamping foil.
Decorated bottle is painting by transparen gray lacquer, to this project we take the most frequently chosen
by our customers model of bottle - Futura 700 ml from glasworks Zorya.
Announce that in 10.08.2016 company Euroverlux Sp. z o.o. change the name to Verallia Polska Sp. z o.o..
We change the web adress: www.verallia.pl and the logo:
To celebrate 350th years of Saint-Gobain we organaized a design competition for youngest.
Projects was very interesting and original so we decided to make a calendar for 2016.
Young artists received beautiful awards in Euroverlux head quarters.
Congratulations for participants but in particular for winners and we wish much success!
Euroverlux has create a limited edition of Christmas and New Years bottles.
Projects present wide range of glass decoration. Various technologies were used
to decoratethe bottles: transparent coating, screen printing and hot- stamping.
The decoration on the bottle have been inspired by the remarkable 350-year-long history which gives Saint-Gobain 350 reasons to believe in the future. The focus on the future which is in the Group’s DNA has also been reflected in the bottle’s name -”Futura”.
Just like Saint-Gobain, the bottle is of a French origin and was manufactured in Verallia production site based in Albi, in the south of France.
The print were designed and made by EUROVELUX – Saint-Gobain’s Group company in Poland. Three different technologies were used to decorate the bottle: screen printing, Saticoat and coating.