Global Glass Market – European Energy Challenges & North America Implications

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Executive at Florida-based glass consultant


  • Implications of increased energy costs and potential availability issues in Europe on the global glass market
  • Strategies for passing costs through, demand and pricing environment
  • Differences in contract structure in the industry between Europe and North America, impact on how input costs are passed through
  • Challenges of establishing new manufacturing bases and cost advantages of new factories
  • Long-term impact of high European energy prices on the sector in Europe


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