March 5, 2018 – EVERLAM announces the appointment of Peter Kater as Sales Development Manager, in charge of sales, market research and development of the PVB market in the US and Canada. Peter reports to Raimond Starmans, Global Business Director.
Laminators know it too well: laminating nipping is a critical phase of the glass laminating process because improperly set and inadequately controlled parameters will cause air-related and sometimes irreparable defects in the laminate. As these only could get worse in the autoclave, it is important to have the right configuration of the nip roller line.
EVERLAM announces the launch of EVERLAM™ SUPER TOUGH, its new stiff PVB solution and a key addition to its portfolio of quality products and services.
EVERLAM HIRES CEM PAMAY AS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST IN TURKEY
Producing high-quality laminated glass using a PVB film is a challenging activity that requires real know-how and great attention to a lot of details. If not properly monitored, many factors can negatively impact the end-product. Adhesion is one such critical factor.
EVERLAM hires Marco Cadioli as Business Development Specialist in Italy and the Balkan Region
HAGA hospital is the largest hospital in The Hague, in The Netherlands. Recently renovated and enlarged with the addition of a new, modern building, it will be further enlarged by the end of 2017.
Mechelen, 9 December 2016 – EVERLAM commenced construction of its future international headquarters, located in Mechelen, where its head office, customer & technical service and R&D/innovation center will be located.
16 November 2016 – EVERLAM announces that as of 7 November 2016, Raimond Starmans joined the company as Global Business Director reporting to CEO Harald Hammer.
This new appointment is a further step in the company’s strategic development of high customer service, excellent quality, superior reliability and great innovation for the laminated glass market. EVERLAM’s goal is to be the PVB interlayer brand of excellence.
Glasstec 2016 is now over and what a week that was! We would like to say a big thank you to our visitors who came from all over the world – from Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America, South America, Australia, China and Japan.