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PPG Fiber Glass Joint Venture Starts Fourth Furnace in Kunshan, China

27 November 2012

PFG Fiber Glass, PPG Industries joint venture with Nan Ya Plastics, in Kunshan, China, has started a fourth furnace with 38,000 metric tons of annual capacity, with the intention of serving the expanding Asian electronics industries.

“This furnace features innovative, state-of-the-art technology,” said Terry Fry, PPG General Manager of Global Electronics and the company’s regional fiber glass business. “The technological advancements of its manufacturing operation enable us to maximise process efficiency while saving energy and reducing emissions.”

Mr. C.F. Lee, General Manager of PFG Fiber Glass said “The printed circuit board industry continues to grow in Asia. Nan Ya built a vertically integrated production campus in Kunshan that included resin, copper foil, glass fabrics, copper-clad laminates and printed circuit boards. With this expansion, we will continue to support the demands of our business at this location as well as the larger electronics industry.”

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





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