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Glass industry

Glass industry is the function of stirring is to create uniform, homogeneous glass. Stirring equipment operates at high temperatures and under high mechanical stresses, so stirring devices have to be robust and often involve large amounts of platinum or platinum alloys.

Jobs in a Glass industry

Below are occupations available in a glass industry. Not all shown occupations are completely distinct to a glass industry. Illustrated below, along with jobs only found in a glass industry, are a few moderately related and general jobs that are found in (but not limited to) a glass industry.

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Logistician
related
No
A Logistician analyzes and coordinates an organization’s supply chain-the system that moves a product from supplier to consumer. They manage the entire life cycle of a product, which includes how a product is acquired, distributed, allocated and delivered. Logistician work in nearly every industry.


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Key-Sales-Man /Sales Manager
related
Yes
A sales manager is the person responsible for leading and coaching a team of salespeople. A sales manager’s tasks often include assigning sales territories, setting quotas, mentoring the members of her/his sales team, assigning sales training, building a sales plan, and hiring and firing salespeople. The job is vary from industry to industry.


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Glass-Maker
distinct
Yes
Glassmakers produce a wide variety of objects, from bottles to windows for buildings and vehicles, and from crystal vases to test tubes. They work in a factory, studio or workshop.


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Optician
related
Yes
Optician is a technical practitioner who designs, fits, prepare prescription eyeglass lenses, help customers choose eyeglass frames and tailor the frames to customers’ unique facial measurements. When customers need contact lenses instead, opticians adjust the fit of the lenses to the eyes and dispenses corrective lenses for the correction of a person's vision.


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