Ferro commissions new plant in Castellon, Spain

Ferro Corporation has commissioned its new tile color plant in Castellon, Spain, just a year after breaking ground on its sprawling campus in this southern Spain city.

The plant includes approximately 12,000 square meters (approx. 129,000 square feet) for production, quality control and supporting laboratory facilities. It includes state-of-the-art material handling and production technologies that increase manufacturing efficiency and that optimize the quality and consistency of Ferro's glaze and body stain product lines sold to the growing European tile market.

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Date: 27 September 2007
Source: www.glassfiles.com

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