Ferro increase Ultramarine pigments capacity

Ferro to increase Ultramarine pigments capacity

5:24 AM, 30th June 2017
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CLEVELAND, US: Ferro Corporation (FOE) has said that it is making investments in its Ferro Pigments business to increase capacity and optimise production of its Ultramarine pigments product lines.

In addition to increasing capacity, investments will focus on equipment and technology upgrades supporting environmental/health/safety, quality, and future product development objectives.

“As a global leader in Ultramarine pigments, we are committed to meeting growing demand for our products and enabling the success of our customers through continuous innovation, a supply of high-quality products, and through superior technical support and service,” said Matthias Bell, vice president, the Americas and colour solutions, Ferro.

“This comprehensive program will be implemented globally over the next 18 months, with an immediate focus on increasing capacity for high-grade product lines and optimising production by early 2018,” added Bell.

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