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SCHOTT Info 105
Continuing to Develop Growth Opportunities
SCHOTT generates one-quarter of its world sales of two billion euros in the United States. Dr. Leopold von Heimendahl, Chairman of the Board of Management, and Dr. Johannes Hain, President of SCHOTT Corporation, spoke about the 40-year U.S. presence of the international technology company, its strategy and plans for the future. [more]

SCHOTT Info 102
Entertainment electronics
The Window to the World
SCHOTT is a pioneer in glass components for television sets. The success story began in 1936, and since 1953 the Mainz plant has been fabricating screens and funnels for the entertainment electronics sector – 250 million to date. [more]

“The Days of CRT Are Far from Over”
Dr. Udo Ungeheuer, responsible for the Strategic Business Unit Display Solutions on the Management Board of SCHOTT GLAS, talks about the future of TV glass components and SCHOTT’s evolution to a full-range provider of displays. [more]

A Pioneer in Glass Components
With its special glass SCHOTT has played a major role in the technological development of television sets. [more]

communications campaign
Live at the Scene
With a new communications campaign SCHOTT aims to strengthen its image as a marketed-oriented and innovative company. [more]

SCHOTT Info 100
Glass Pioneer with Charisma
Otto SCHOTT (1851 – 1935) is regarded as the founder of modern glass science and glass technology. December 17, 2001 was the 150th anniversary of his birth. [more]

50th Anniversary Celebrations
The Right Choice
On May 10, 1952, SCHOTT opened its new main glassworks in Mainz with a crucible casting for optical glass. This event was re-enacted for the 50th anniversary celebrations. [more]

A Place of Hospitality
On December 17, 2001, SCHOTT formally opened the second section of the SCHOTT GLASMuseum in Jena in the villa that was once the home of the company’s founder. [more]

SCHOTT Info 99
SCHOTT info online
Media-Ready Articles
At /magazine customers, journalists and
interested surfers will now find the German and English editions of “SCHOTT info.” [more]

SCHOTT Info 98
German Chancellor visits SCHOTT
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder had the opportunity to see a successful example of German-German reunification when he visited SCHOTT Jenaer Glas, the company’s original headquarters, during his summer trip through eastern Germany. [more]

SCHOTT Info 97
Website Relaunch
Discovery per Mouse Click
Since December 2000, SCHOTT‘s redesigned website can be accessed at www.schott.com. [more]

SCHOTT Info 96
Rebuilding the East
From Collective to joint-stock company
Dr. Leopold von Heimendahl and Dr. Udo Ungeheuer discuss the rocky road that SCHOTT Jenaer Glas GmbH had to travel on its way to becoming profitable. [more]

Successful Integration
SCHOTT’s commitment to Jena is a success story. Today SJG manufactures competitive products and is fully integrated into the group. [more]

SCHOTT Info 95
Promoting Science
Funds for Research
SCHOTT invests around 100 million euros in research and development every year. A considerable amount of support is also provided for external scientific work. Board member Dr. Udo Ungeheuer is responsible for research. Here he discusses the motivation behind and prospects for SCHOTT’s research activities. [more]

From Obsidian to Laser glass
How long has glass existed? The answer to this and many other intriguing questions about this universal material can be found at the SCHOTT GLASMuseum in Jena, which opened its doors on September 1, 2000. [more]

The World on Foot
For five months, visitors from around the world could tour the world on foot at the EXPO 2000 in Hanover where SCHOTT was a member of the Food Pavilion. [more]

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Vision 2010
Guiding Star for the Future
With its “Vision 2010” SCHOTT has updated its view to the future. Chairman of the Board of Management Dr. Leopold von Heimendahl discusses the motives and goals of this realignment. [more]

Interactive Forum
Creative Possibilities for Designers
An interactive forum called “Design in Glass” allowed industrial designers to familiarize themselves with the characteristics and creative possibilities that glass can offer. The design event was organized by SCHOTT Schleiffer sales and marketing in Switzerland. [more]