Go-Glass Achieves Great Success with ClearShield Eco-System™

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24th September 2014 – Leading decorative and architectural glass manufacturer Go-Glass in Cambridge have reported substantial sales growth thanks to the new ClearShield Eco-System™ launched in the UK by Ritec International earlier this year. The ClearShield Eco-System™ for the renovation, ‘non-stick’ protection and maintenance of glass upgrades ordinary glass to ClearShield Eco-Glass™ that is always easy to clean and keep clean.

Go-Glass are strong proponents of ClearShield Eco-Glass™, with their customers raving about the easy-clean, ‘non-stick’, sparkling and anti-microbial qualities, especially for decorative glass. They are now promoting it for any external glazing such as balustrades as well as shower enclosures and demand is expected to be high.

Go-Glass are also unveiling their latest masterpiece, a magnificent glass structure of an athlete. The runner has been given the title of ‘pushing the limits’ due to Design Director, Clive Sparkes, having recently completed his first Ironman event and Sales and Marketing Director, Tracy Saunders, making an amazing recovery after losing her leg. But this attitude goes further than the people who run the company and is inherent in the company itself, where they have all been pushing the limits with grand projects for the BBC, BAFTA and Hampton Court Palace – all of which have been huge successes.

The Go-Glass athlete is the third in a series of glass masterpieces created by Clive. The first was a full-size replica of Carl Fogarty’s 1999 World Superbike title-winning Ducati 996, followed by Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren Formula 1 car, which took over 100 hours to create. Both works of art were auctioned with proceeds going to the Clic Sargent charity.

Sales and Marketing Director, Tracy Saunders, says;
‘We have a commitment to provide top quality customer service and this is reflected in the number of repeat customers we have. We are happy to work with our customers to meet tight deadlines and budgets and enjoy the challenge of projects that other companies are unwilling or unable to undertake.’

For more information on Go-Glass, visit http://www.go-glass.co.uk.

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