The partial carbon footprint of Lasiliir’s products was calculated

The partial carbon footprint of Lasiliir’s products was calculated according to ISO 14067 The partial carbon footprint has been calculated in accordance with ISO 14067:2018 and, where applicable, the life cycle assessment standards ISO 14040:2006 and ISO 14044:2006. The study was carried out for 2K insulating glass, tempered glass and laminated glass. The electricity supplied […]

Major development project at the factory

We have launched a major development project in the factory, where we are improving safety at work, improving the organisation of the factory in line with the Lean 5S operating model, refining the production management model and increasing metrics. The project has been launched at the beginning of the year and results are already visible, […]

Lasiliiri Oy has been awarded the Growth Certificate by Asiakastiedo

A company that has been awarded the Asiakastiedo Growth Certificate has a proven track record of profitable growth. The certificate is a recognition that the company is serious and a major player in the market. Only around 10% of companies meet the criteria for certification. The criteria are defined as the same for all Nordic […]

We invest in a new, fully automatic production line

We invest in a fully automated systron proHD production line Glass processing requires a lot of specialised skills. The demand for tempered, laminated and moulded glasses is constantly growing. Investing in state-of-the-art processing systems is therefore an important part of our ongoing, comprehensive development efforts. Our latest investment, the systron proHD glass processing centre, enables […]

European glass suppliers introduced energy surcharge

The price of natural gas determines the energy surcharge The downstream processing of glass involves an energy surcharge that is determined on a monthly basis. Due to an international emergency, the energy surcharge was introduced in April 2022. As a result of rising energy costs, glass suppliers in Europe have introduced an energy surcharge mechanism. […]