Phoenix in the Paper Again!
Phoenix are in the papers again this time celebrating over 25 years in business! Thank you to all of our friends and colleagues that contributed with adverts and testimonials. We are all excited for the next 25 years!
Armourdillo Leading the way at Denbighshire for Growth Advanced Materials and Manufacture Event
Phoenix Optical Technologies have been invited to take part in the Denbighsire for Growth: Advancd Materials & Manufacturing event on the 30th March 2017. This event is being held at the Optic Technium on St Asaph business park. Phoenix are very excited to be a part of this event and talk about their own advanced material Armourdillo Toughened Glass. Image shows Lizzie Peters Key Account Manager and Tony Palframan CEO with F16 HUD combiner made from Armourdillo Glass.
For more information on the event and Armourdillo growth at Phoenix please click on the image to see the full article.
Certificate of Recognition
On the 19th August Phoenix were presented with a certificate of Recognition from Leonardo Airbourne & Space Systems for supporting an exceptionally quick turnaround on manufacturing glass blanks to enable Leonard to conduct bonding tests. Phoenix quoted and supplied polished glass mirrors in less than one week. Phoenix always try to help our customers in desperate situations like this and we were delighted to receive this lovely certificate.
Arts, Business & Employees Award winners 2015
On Wednesday 1st July Phoenix Optical Technologies were awarded the Arts, Business & Employees Award by Arts and Business Cymru.
Through a grant from Arts Council of Wales, glass artist Rhian Haf has had the opportunity of undertaking a 2-month residency with Phoenix Optical Glass. The support of the business has allowed her to develop her practice and complete a new body of work. This partnership was further extended by an outreach project for children and older people in Denbighshire, providing them with the opportunity to understand and use glass in a creative way. Phoenix extended its initial support by providing further access to equipment as well as scrap pieces of materials for the workshops.This enabled 10 days of workshops and 2 site visits to the factory.