Applied films German facility consolidation complete

Date: 12 April 2002
Source: FT
Applied Films Corporation , a leading supplier of thin film deposition equipment to the flat panel display (FPD), architectural, automotive and solar glass, and the consumer products packaging and electronics industries on March 1, 2002, celebrated the commencement of the production of its first chamber for a vacuum web coating system in their new manufacturing halls in Alzenau, Germany.

The arrival of this chamber is the culmination of a year long project to construct new facilities to house all of Applied Films' German operations in one location.

Tom Edman, President and CEO said, "We are pleased to have this transition complete and all of our German employees working in one facility. This state of the art production facility provides us with adequate capacity to respond to future market demands."

600450 Applied films German facility consolidation complete
Date: 12 April 2002
Source: FT

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