AGC FIRST TO ROLL WORLD’S THINNEST FLOAT GLASS

AGC has successfully rolled ultra-thin glass SPOOL™ into a roll 100m long. At 0.05mm thick, it is the world’s thinnest glass manufactured using the float process.
 

COME AND SEE US AT AUTOMECHANIKA

AGC Automotive Europe will be at Automechanika again this year, Europe’s leading trade fair for the automotive service industry.
 

NEW! AGC ULTRA-DARK GREY GLASS

AGC Automotive Europe has launched its darkest grey glass to date. With a light transmission factor(1) of only 8% and a solar factor(2) of 32%, this new tinted glass gives vehicle occupants more privacy, thermal comfort and solar protection than ever before – while also reducing the need for air conditioning.
 

AGC’S UV VERRE PREMIUM COOL ON™

A new sun-blocking glass development from AGC is set to improve the wellbeing and comfort of car drivers and passengers around the world.
 

ARE PEDESTRIAN AIRBAGS GOING MAINSTREAM?

After Volvo and Land Rover, now Subaru will include a pedestrian airbag as standard. When the new Impreza goes on sale in Japan in autumn 2016 it will be the first time a Japanese constructor offers such equipment.
 

AGC BUILDS ON OE EXPERTISE

AGC’s ability to produce the highest quality and widest range of automobile replacement glass is based on the company’s strong OE business.
 

MERCEDES “FUTURE BUS” ON THE ROAD

The self-driving Mercedes Future Bus completed a 20-kilometre test run in Amsterdam last month, navigating its way safely from Schiphol airport to Haarlem.
 

AGC LEADS THE WAY WITH NEW ECO-FRIENDLY VEHICLE REFRIGERANT

Innovation can improve people’s lives in many ways, not least by creating products that reduce the environmental load while making daily life more comfortable.
 

M7, A RECORD CONTRACT FOR AGC’S TRANSPORTATION ACTIVITY

M7 is the name of the future SNCB (Belgian rail company) double deck trains. These trains will be built by a consortium made of Alstom Valenciennes (head motor cars) and Bombardier Bruges (passenger cars), second worldwide train manufacturer. The first trains should be put into service in 2018. A first firm batch of 445 cars will be built up to 2021 and the SNCB has an option of 917 additional cars to be built between 2021 and 2028.
 

TOP-SELLERS TURN TO AGC

Three iconic models star in AGC’s original equipment start of production in June: Renault New Scenic, Mercedes GLC Coupé and Toyota Corolla (Facelift).