20m Glass Academy with Swarovski to create 100 jobs Dave Dalton, chief executive of British Glass, one of coach outlet locations az the partners, said: "The glass industry has amazing coach factory deals potential for growth and, by bringing academics, manufacturers and technology companies together we can grasp that potential and bring real benefits to the UK economy. "I look forward to seeing the technical leaps and competitive improvement this facility will enable and I am excited to see it coming to fruition so close to the heartland of glass manufacturing, here in Yorkshire." The project is the brain child of the British Glass Manufacturers' Confederation based in Sheffield. As well as Swarovski, it is backed by the world's leading glass coach outlet locations jp bottle manufacturer Owens Illinois, Goole based glass manufacturer Guardian Industries, Siemens and Leeds University. The announcement comes after a 90 glass academy plan unveiled in 2014 failed to take off. The proposal for an all glass centre of excellence, to stand next to Sheffield University's Factory 2050 on Sheffield Business Park, was coach outlet coupons ulta delayed by changes to the original brief. Industry body British Glass wanted to build a flagship academy to attract talent to a low profile sector beset by an ageing workforce and a lack of government recognised training qualifications. Nick Clegg, the then deputy prime minister, announced 5m to kickstart the project in 2014.
An official launch of the new scheme will be held at Magna tomorrow. Richard Katz, director of Glass Futures, a not for profit company, said: "We are very excited to be working with the team at Magna, which is the perfect venue for this project being at the heart of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District and part of science education.".
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