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Mont Blanc tunnel
Seeing the Light in Case of Emergency
The Mont Blanc tunnel reopened for traffic on March 9, 2002 introducing new installations to provide greater safety. One feature is, for example, an escape tunnel with a lighting system constructed with SCHOTT glass. [more]

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Nuclear Fusion
A Real Mega Project
A research facility is currently being set up in the south of France near Bordeaux that is heralding in a new era in laser technology. SCHOTT is supplying the laser glass and other important optical components. [more]

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Functional Glasses
Functional Elegance
The new gigantic Coeur Défense office complex in the middle of the Parisian La Défense business district is now complete. 10,000 square meters of SCHOTT‘s special glass “Pyran S” guarantee an extra safety margin in case of fire. [more]

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Luxury Liner with Dots of Light
It took more than two years for the French shipyard Chantiers de l’Atlantique to build the first “Millennium” cruiser for the Norwegian shipping company Royal Caribbean Cruises. On board is the fiber optic lighting technique developed by SCHOTT. [more]

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Optically effective
For more than 40 years, the French company Pouilloux has been manufacturing high-quality “Vuarnet” sunglasses for the most demanding of customers. The blanks for them are supplied by SCHOTT Spezialglas AG, Standort Grünenplan AG. [more]