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Tour a state-of-the-art glass factory

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In February 2012, this O-I BJC state-of-the-art glass factory opened in Vietnam, just 60 kilometres south east of Ho Chi Minh City. Filmmaker Peter Scheid created a How It’s Made trailer for the company’s glass container manufacturing that features an excellent mix of seemingly endless conveyor belts and fast-moving orange molten glass gobs.

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Related reading: How A Used Bottle Becomes A New Bottle, In 6 Gifs and The Five Rs. Related watching: how things are maderecycling, and some excellent factory videos in the archives.

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