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Global Construction Perspectives and Oxford Economics: Global Construction 2025 report

World construction activity will accelerate by USD 6.3 trillion or 70% by 2025, with the explosion in growth boosted by a new generation of ‘Asian Tigers’, according to the recently published Global C...

Section: News Date: 2013-07-11 Sector trends

Bennu Glass: Grand Opening Ceremony

Three years after being closed, Bennu Glass (previously known as Cameron Family Glass Packaging) is now fully operating at the Port of Kalama, Cowlitz County, Washington, US, and has created 95 new...

Section: News Date: 2012-09-20 Company news

BCT companies fail to secure staff wages

Closed Czech glass makers Sklo Bohemia and Sklarny Bohemia of the Bohemia Crystalex Trading (BCT) group have failed to secure funds for the payment of September wages to their 1,750 staff, BCT...

Section: News Date: 2008-10-15 Company financial news

BCT: glass unions to protest over wage payment

Czech ceramics and glass industry unions plan to stage a protest on 23 October 2008 over wages at closed glass makers Sklo Bohemia and Sklarny Bohemia of the Bohemia Crystalex Trading (BCT) group,...

Section: News Date: 2008-10-13 Events

Anglian Windows: sixth day of strike action

Strikers picketed the main gates at private equity-owned Anglian Windows in Norwich, eastern England, on 3 July 2007 in the sixth day of action over unpaid wages. The company is using agency workers...

Section: News Date: 2007-07-09 Events

Owens-Illinois starts recruiting for Colorado plant

Owens-Illinois has started recruiting for its giant plant currently under construction in Weld County, Colorado, and is offering some of the highest manufacturing wages in the area. Plant officials...

Section: News Date: 2005-02-03 Events

Visteon deal with UAW on new employee wages

Auto components and systems supplier Visteon Corporation announced 29 April 2004 that it had reached a tentative agreement on a Visteon Supplemental Agreement with the United Auto Workers for newly...

Section: News Date: 2004-05-03 Sector trends

Advanced Glassfiber: OK from court to cut wages, benefits

A ruling by the bankruptcy court overseeing Advanced Glassfiber Yarns LLC``s Chapter 11 case allows the company to withdraw from a collective bargaining agreement with its salaried staff, according...

Section: News Date: 2004-01-22 Sector trends

Visteon: UAW gives tentative approval for wage cuts

US auto parts maker Visteon Corp. and labor union the UAW have reached a "tentative" 4-year agreement to negotiate lower wages and less generous benefits for new employees at Visteon. The Ford Motor...

Section: News Date: 2003-09-30 Sector trends

Visteon: glass shows the way in wages talks

In upcoming talks on a new labor contract, US auto parts maker Visteon will be hoping that deals struck at its glass plants will show the way for an agreement on wages with the UAW. The company...

Section: News Date: 2003-07-14 Sector trends

USA: strike ends following wage deal at Glenshaw Glass

Striking workers at Glenshaw Glass in Shaler, Pennsylvania went back to work on 25 April 2003 having settled for a new contract that temporarily decreases wages and provides for a needed...

Section: News Date: 2003-05-06 Sector trends

Crimean Soda Plant gets wage payment project

Aval Bank, one of Ukraine``s largest banks, has launched a project involving payment of wages via plastic cards at the Crimean soda plant (Krasnoperekopsk, Crimea). According to the press service of...

Section: News Date: 2002-06-05 Sector trends

Potuguese glassworkers seek state aid

At the beginning of September, it was reported that the employees of Portuguese glass companies Mortensen and Mandata are to ask for government intervention over the delay in paying their wages. The...

Section: News Date: 2001-10-04 Sector trends

Mandata employees suspend strike

The employees of Portugal``s Mandata, a glass factory in Marinha Grande, suspended their 10-day strike on 10 July, after the management guaranteed their wages would be brought up to date by the end...

Section: News Date: 2001-07-23 Sector trends

Glaverbel France agrees to 35-hour week with unions

Belgian glassmaker Glaverbel said it``s Glaverbel France unit had reached an agreement with unions to implement recent French legislation for a 35-hour maximum working week. Glaverbel said wages had...

Section: News Date: 2000-02-11 Sector trends

Flachglas under investigation

The German glassmaker Flachglas AG is being investigated in connection with extra wages paid to employees who were later made redundant, according to the state prosecutor``s office. In late...

Section: News Date: 1996-12-05 Sector trends
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