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1934 Phoenicia is the first Israeli glass manufacturing plant which was established in Haifa.

1941 - Phoenicia was purchased by Solel Boneh (the oldest, and one of the largest, construction and civil engineering companies in Israel). The newly set up furnace allowed for the production of 35 tons a day.

1945 - Management of Phoenicia was passed over to Koor Industries, and a year later Phoenicia had its second glass factory for the production of bottles and glassware.

1951 - A fabricating line was added to the flat glass section of Phoenicia – Security Glass

1952 - A new furnace was built, thus allowing for an improved production of 60 tons a day with American technology.

1972 - A new factory was built with a newer technology allowing  Phoenicia to produce 130 tons a day.

1989 - Phoenicia was sold to Mr. William Davidson also owner of Guardian Industries.

1994 - Phoenicia moves to its newly built factory situated in Zipporit ,  just outside the hills of Nazareth.  And implementing the well-known “float” technology and allowing the production of 550 tons of glass daily.

2010 – Phoenicia’s furnace is rebuilt and is designed for the production of  Low Iron Glass.

2012 – Phoenicia bought by Fortissimo Capital.

2015- Phoenicia’s ultra-clear brand – True Color® arrives to new countries such as the United States and India and becomes one of the leading low iron brands in the world.

Today – Phoenicia is a successful and profitable company with about 290 employees and sales to more than 30 different destinations globally.

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