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[Funding alert] GA-based Arglass Raised Over $230Million in Funding

GA-based Arglass raised over $230million in funding. The company plans to use the money to construct a second furnace on its Valdosta, Georgia, campus. To pay for the building, Arglass obtained loans and structured equity. The supporters were kept a secret.

GA-based Arglass raised over $230million in funding. The company plans to use the money to construct a second furnace on its Valdosta, Georgia, campus. To pay for the building, Arglass obtained loans and structured equity. The supporters were kept a secret.

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Under the leadership of CEO José de Diego Arozamena, Arglass is a North American glass container manufacturer that has established a flexible and sustainable business model that enables it to adapt to the changing demands of a constantly changing consumer market.

José de Diego Arozamena said: “Glass is already the most sustainable, recyclable and healthy packaging material, and the only packaging material classified as ‘generally recognized as safe’ by the FDA. I am incredibly proud to be leading the industry to new heights in sustainability.”

The new facility is anticipated to be finished in Q2 2025 and have the capacity to produce more than 350 million sustainable glass containers yearly. Glass cullet from post-consumer products will be supplied by the recycling facility and used to make new containers.

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Arglass also uses its unique Arglass Biogenic® glass composition to make glass, which substitutes a naturally renewing, carbon-negative biogenic component that is gently harvested from the ocean for material that is normally mined.

About Arglass

In the US, Arglass are the sole company producing effective and flexible glass containers.
Their three guiding principles—flexibility, efficiency, and sustainability—allow them to provide the glass container market with a superior option in a sector that is mostly focused on products that need lengthy production runs.

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