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RTP Company Builds New China Plant

01 July 2005

RTP Company, a global manufacturer of specialty compounds, is to open a manufacturing facility in China during the fourth quarter of 2005.

The new operation, located in the Suzhou Industrial Park, will offer a full array of thermoplastic manufacturing capabilities and serve a multitude of markets including electronics, automotive, and consumer goods.

""The Suzhou facility is essential to the continuous growth of our Asian customer base. It will also enable us to better serve our global OEMs with the exceptional quality, innovation, and value that they have come to expect,"" stated Hugh Miller, RTP Company¹s President and CEO.

RTP Company began its Asian expansion efforts in 2002 when it opened a Singapore facility. The Suzhou location, like the other RTP Company facilities, will offer a full complement of customer support, including customer service, product development, and technical service, as well as state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities.

The company has seven manufacturing plants on three continents, plus sales representatives throughout North America, Europe, and Asia/Pacific. RTP Company's engineers develop customized thermoplastic compounds in over 60 different engineering resin systems for applications requiring colour, conductive, flame retardant, high temperature, shielding, structural, and wear resistant properties.





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