CURA Glass is only interested in the very highest quality and offers the largest stock of silvered glass in Europe: - Silvered 2 to 6 mm - Silvered EKO (AGC), white (3 t/m 8 mm), grey, green, bronze and blue - Mingh silvered, gold, champagne, black, cognac, diamond blue and pink - Silvered antique - Tempered mirror - Foil-safe mirrors - Silvered Master Carré, silvered etched glass, silvered extra clear - More than twenty colours of Lacobel lacquered glass
CURA Glass has various types of coloured of float glass in stock with a dimension of 2250/2550 x 3210 mm: - Blue: 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 mm - Bronze: 3 to 10 mm - Green: 4 to 12 mm - Grey: 3 to mm - Rose 4 and 6 mm
For additional colours, please consult our other products (laminated, drawn and mouth-blown glass). CURA Glass offers coloured float glass from the following brands: AGC, SGGS, Pilkington and other alternatives from our international partners.
CURA Glass produces laminated glass of the highest quality (CE level 1) in-house. The vast range of glass combined with thirty standard foil types offers limitless combinations: from laminated patterned glass to bulletproof glass to acoustic glass in all colour combinations. CURA Glass can laminate everything in-house, from a 2 mm soft coating to soundproof glass to coloured foils.
‘Welcome to the CURA Glass page! With 150 employees and 35 million euros in turnover in 2013, we are proud to be one of the biggest suppliers of flat glass in Europe. We also proudly consider ourselves to be a ‘total supplier’. As an independent wholesaler and distributer, we operate freely on the European market and strive to attain the very best conditions for customers like you. In 2013 we took an important step towards producing our own CURA laminated glass in-house. This will enable us to laminate all glass types according to the highest quality (CE level 1) and deliver it within days. With our motto ‘Imagine the Possibilities’, we believe we can inspire you!’
‘In addition to taking this important step towards laminated glass production, we also changed our name to CURA Glass on 1 January 2014. Glasgroep Spliet en de Waal Buchsbaum may have an impressive history, but a catchy new name had long been a goal of ours. In the Netherlands we were known as Spliet and the abbreviation GSWB proved difficult to pronounce across the border. With CURA Glass, these limitations are gone. The new name provides us with national and international opportunities in a literal and figurative sense. CURA, Latin for care and the goddess of concern, was conceived and selected in-house. It symbolises the dedication and commitment of our employees, some of whom will introduce you to the products, projects, knowledge and possibilities of our glass company. CURA Glass: your go-to glass company!’
Matthieu and Marijn van den Ingh, Directors of CURA Glass