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Regular glass reflects light, causing distracting glare and inhibiting the view of the objects behind it. Our anti-reflective “invisible” glass helps to show the valuables that our clients want to display and see them clearly. Groglass has approximately 150 employees who are proud to see their products used around the world (total, in more than 45 countries):
- Nearly 1.5 million artworks were framed with Groglass glass around the world over the past three years;
- More than 300 “invisible” vitrines and showcases for precious objects in Europe’s largest and most extensive museum renovation, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam;
- Cover glass for Bang &Olufsen televisions since 2012;
- Shop windows for Hugo Boss in Madrid, Apple in Berlin, Dior in Chicago, Porsche in Munich;
- Over 50.000 of cold storage food displays for the Rewe supermarket network in Germany;
- And many more.
Groglass’ potential and innovation have been highlighted and recognized by various prestigious awards:
- "Best in Show" award on the international exhibition "Display Week 2014" in San Diego, U.S. The award was presented in special ceremony by Dr. Wei Chen – Apple Inc. DEST and Director, Display Engineering, who was the chairman of award committee.
- Latvia’s “Best Exporter” in the "Export and Innovation Awards" among large and medium-sized companies, awarded by the Latvian Ministry of Economics in 2012;
- German Economic Prize finalist in Latvia in 2012;
- European Business Awards, National Finalist in 2012;
- "Innovator of the Year" award by the Swedish Embassy in 2009;
Groglass is located in Riga – the capital of Latvia. The city is well-known for its “jewelry-box” Jugendstil architecture, historical importance, rich culture, elegant Old City, narrow and quaint cobblestone streets as well as friendly people. Riga has always been the birthplace of new ideas – it has a rich history in technology and innovation. From semiconductors and pharmaceuticals, to instrument building and automotive, Latvia is the technological heart pumping innovation to its European neighbors today, and for the past century.