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  • ​​Production of flat glass by using sheet technology (Fourcault) was launched by Çayırova Cam Sanayii A.Ş. in Çayırova-Gebze, Turkey.​


  • The second flat glass furnace with Fourcault Technology was inaugurated in Çayırova.​

1967 - 1976

  • Manufacturing of tempered glass, patterned glass, automotive glass, mirror and double glazing units began, enabling product diversification.
  • At the Çayırova Plant, the production process of the first furnace was changed to Pittsburgh Technology.


  • A license agreement for the production of float glass was signed with Pilkington.​


  • Turkey’s first float glass line was inaugurated in Lüleburgaz by Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş., which was established in 1978.​


  • Second float line was inaugurated in Lüleburgaz.​

1981 - 1993

  • Capacity was increased in tempered glass, patterned glass and mirror lines.
  • Production of tinted glass began.
  • Şişecam Flat Glass entered to global markets through exports.
  • Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş. was listed on the İstanbul Stock Exchange in 1990.


  • The Trakya Automotive Glass Plant, established in 1991, started production.​


  • The Coated glass line was inaugurated through the partnership of Şişecam and the German glass company Interpane (all shares of Interpane transferred to Şişecam in 1996).​


  • ​The first float line in Mersin was inaugurated.​


  • Flat glass production through the use of sheet technology was ceased.​


  • Mirror and laminated glass lines with high production capacities were inaugurated in Lüleburgaz.​


  • The second float line was inaugurated in Mersin.​


  • Trakya Glass Bulgaria EAD was founded in Bulgaria as a subsidiary of Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş.​


  • The groundbreaking of Trakya Glass Bulgaria EAD’s flat glass and glassware plants were held in Targovishte, Bulgaria.​


  • The decision was taken to invest in tempered glass and mirror material alongside the float line in Bulgaria.
  • In order to use Interpane technology in the establishment of a coasted glass line in Yenişehir, Bursa-Turkey, a technical agreement was signed with Interpane AG and investment ensued.


  • ​​The float line in Bulgaria was inaugurated. Mirror and tempered glass were also included in the portfolio.​​​


  • ​Two float lines started production in Turkey, Bursa Yenişehir at Trakya Yenişehir Cam Sanayii A.Ş; the coated glass line in Bursa Yenişehir started production.​
  • The coated glass line was commissioned and production began.
  • As a result of the merger with Camiş Lojistik Hizmetleri ve Ticaret A.Ş., the logistics organization was repositioned under Şişecam Düzcam.
  • Production of home glassware began in Bulgaria.


  • In order to serve the construction sector, a laminated glass line was inaugurated in October under the corporate body of Trakya Yenişehir Cam Sanayii A.Ş.
  • Sales offices were opened in Greece and Romania, thus expanding regional organization.


  • The Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) to carry our float glass, mirror and coated glass investments in partnership with Saint-Gobain in Russia's Tatarstan Republic was signed on 12 October 2010.
  • In Egypt, Şişecam Düzcam's ventured Saint-Gobain Glass Egypt factory was commissioned.
  • The Automotive Glasses Plant, which was established in Bulgaria, started operation.
  • The gradual operational use of the Energy Glass Processing Plant Investment in Mersin was completed.


  • The first and second lines of the new patterned glass furnace investment in Mersin were completed in June 2011 and November 2011, respectively.


  • The second mirror line in Turkey was inaugurated in Mersin in July 2012.​


  • Şişecam Flat Glass acquired a 50% interest share in India’s HNG Float Glass Limited Company.
  • The coated glass line in Bulgaria began production of energy-saving high-performance coated glass products.
  • Şişecam Flat Glass wholly acquired Fritz Holding GmbH, which is one of the leading encapsulated glass suppliers for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in Europe.
  • The company purchased a 90% stake in Glass Corp S.A. to expand in the field of automotive glass production in Romania.


  • The flat glass line installed under Trakya Polatlı Cam Sanayii A.Ş. in the Ankara Polatlı Industrial Zone was inaugurated in April. 
  • In the Russian Federation, the float line investment under Trakya Glass Rus JSC started operations in June with a 70% Şişecam Düzcam and a 30% Saint Gobain shareholding structure.
  • The Automotive Glass Plant started operation in the Republic of Tatarstan, in Russia.​


  • ​The second float line was inaugurated at the Trakya Glass Bulgaria EAD in Bulgaria.​
  • ​A mirror line was commissioned at the Trakya Glass Rus JSC in Russia.​
  • Electricity Production from Waste Heat Recovery facility was put into operation at Trakya Glass Bulgaria EAD flat glass plant in Bulgaria.


  • ​​​​​Electricity Production from Waste Heat Recovery facility was put into operation at Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş. Mersin Flat Glass Plant.
  • Şişecam Group moved to its new environmentally friendly and modern Headquarters in Tuzla.
  • In Italy, the flat glass manufacturer Sangalli Vetro’s Porto Nogaro plant was acquired, and thereby Şişecam Flat Glass Italy S.R.L. was established. Şişecam Group became Europe’s largest flat glass manufacturer in terms of production capacity.


  • ​​​​​​​​A solar power plant with a 6.2 MW installed power started to operate at the Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş. Mersin Plant.


  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​A second furnace with a capacity of 220,000 tons/year was commissioned at the Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş. Polatlı Plant.
  • In Italy, the acquisition of the flat glass manufacturer Sangalli Vetro’s plant in Manfredonia was completed. The second flat glass manufacturing plant owned by Şişecam Flat Glass Italy S.R.L after Porto Nogaro became Manfredonia.
  • Trakya Cam Sanayii A.Ş. increased its shareholding to 99.80% in the half-owned HNG Float Glass Limited (HNGFL) by acquiring 49.88 of its shares.
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