Vidriera Monterrey, is the first glass container factory that started operating in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León.
The first flat glass factory is opened in Nuevo León.
The Company begins to export products to other Latin American countries.
"Industria del Álcali" is created to produce raw materials.
Fabricación de Máquinas, S.A., begins operations to develop local industrial technology.
The first line of float glass begins in Vidrio Plano de México, S.A.
Vitro is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Vidrio Plano, S.A. de C.V. installs a float glass plant in García, Nuevo León.
Located in Texas, Vitro Packaging begins the sale and distribution of glass containers in the USA.
MUVi - The Glass Museum opens its doors to record, preserve and promote the history of glass.
Vitro acquires Vidrio Lux, the largest producer of glass containers in Bolivia.
Vitro Colombia is created to produce and distribute automotive and architectural glass.
Operations begin at one of the world's largest glass container plants to meet CFT market requirements.
Vitro obtains the "Socially Responsible Company" distinction.
Vitro receives the Sustainable Business Seal from the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Vitro S.A.B. de C.V. Acquires PPG Flat Glass, maintaining the proven products, plants, personnel, and processes that made the company an industry leader.
Vitro completes the purchase of Pittsburgh Glass Works from LKQ Corporation, reinforcing the company's automotive glass portfolio with state-of-the-art technologies and an automotive float glass plant in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Vitro celebrates 110 years being the leader in the glass industry through its state-of-the-art products and processes, always striving for sustainable development as a company, its people and the communities where it operates.