PPG, Nan Ya Plastics start fourth furnace in China

PPG, Nan Ya Plastics start fourth furnace in China

5:22 AM, 21st November 2012
PPG, Nan Ya Plastics start fourth furnace in China
Tom Kerr, Vice President for fiber glass, PPG

SHANGHAI, CHINA: PPG Industries’ joint venture in Kunshan, China, PFG Fiber Glass (Kunshan) Co Ltd, with Nan Ya Plastics Corp, started a fourth furnace. With 38,000 metric tonne of annual capacity, the additional furnace will serve the expanding Asian electronics industries.

“Through our collaboration with Nan Ya, we have enabled PFG Fiber Glass (Kunshan) Co Ltd to maintain its position as the leader in the manufacture of fiber glass yarns for the electronics industry. We remain committed to our partners in Asia and to supporting the global fiber glass industry, its markets and its customers,” said Tom Kerr, Vice President for fiber glass, PPG.

© WOC News  



Your Comments (Up to 2000 characters)
Please respect our community and the integrity of its participants. WOC reserves the right to moderate and approve your comment.

Related News

Wipro tops Greenpeace’s greenest electronic company list

BANGALORE, INDIA: Indian technology company Wipro has taken the top spot in Greenpeace’s annual Guide to Greener Electronics. Ranking companies ...

Read more
Shaw sets shareholders meet; to approve CB&I merger agreement

BATON ROUGE, US: The Shaw Group Inc has scheduled a special meeting of its shareholders to approve the definitive merger agreement with CB&I to ac ...

Read more
Teledyne bags Dow’s research services contract in Midland, US

THOUSAND OAKS, US: Teledyne Brown Engineering, subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc, was awarded a three year Lab and Office Facility Management co ...

Read more
Gevo wins patent for yeast to isobutanol process against Butamax

ENGLEWOOD, US: Gevo Inc said that a decision issued by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (Appeals Court) supports Gevo’s position ...

Read more
BP makes Trinidad gas discovery

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: BP Trinidad & Tobago (BPTT) has discovered an estimated 1 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas offshore Trinidad, doubling the ...

Read more
Syngenta to acquire Sunfield Seeds

BASEL, SWITZERLAND: Syngenta, the world’s largest agrochemicals company, has agreed to buy US-based Sunfield Seeds, a company which provides pro ...

Read more
www.worldofchemicals.com uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. X