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About us

Starting the middle of the 1960ies, the locality Orosháza has become known as being the citadel of the glass industry in Hungary, not only in the country but also abroad.

In the very beginning, only cambered and rolled glass used to be produced. It was not until 1974 that sheet glass has been released into production.

Also, it was here in 1972 that insulation glass production started for the first time in the country under the trademark Hungaropan, to be followed by hard glass production starting 1976.



With this proud heritage was the OROSházaGLAS Kft limited liability trading company set up in 1995, based on the sheet glass processing unit of the old factory.

Our company is an enterprise which is 100% Hungarian property.

From its very set-up, due to the permanent investments and improvements in terms of its technical endowment, it has undergone a dynamical development, a fact which is readily perceivable both in in terms of the extention of the conquered markets and in terms of the sales return evolution.

Along the history of our company the first significant investment was achieved in 1998, by installing the tempering / hardening oven, the most up-to-date one in those times, to be continuously followed since then by the most modern machines and equipment. Nowadays production is carried out not only in the production facilities having a basic surface area of about 20.000 m2 in Orosháza, but also in our division operated in Budapest.


In order to provide manufacturing and services at a high quality level, we carry out our activity starting October 1998 according to the TÜV CERT certificate in keeping with the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Assurance System. We provide competitiveness on the market by our high-quality products using our own machinery for processing purposes, employing basic materials delivered by authorized suppliers - GLAVERBEL, GUARDIAN, SAINT-GOBAIN, DORMA. Actually, OROSházaGLAS Kft. manufactures for primary and secondary utilization, among others, as follows: