Float technical assistance agreement for PFG

Date: 13 July 2004
Source: PFG
After a long association with Pilkington, PFG have decided to change their Float Technical Assistance providers.

Pilkington will thus no longer supply Float technical assistance from the end of June 2004, but will still be involved in providing back-up on certain areas of the float line, which have proprietary Pilkington technology.May I take this opportunity of thanking Pilkington for their assistance over many years during which our relationships have always been close and we hope that this will continue long into the future.In line with the above, PFG have signed a Float Technical Assistance Agreement with Guardian Industries which will be effective from 01 July 2004.We believe there will be a smooth transition in our Float Technical Assistance arrangement and wish to thank both parties for the constructive manner in which we have been able to negotiate the change.After a long association with Pilkington, PFG have decided to change their Float Technical Assistance providers. Pilkington will thus no longer supply Float technical assistance from the end of June 2004, but will still be involved in providing back-up on certain areas of the float line, which have proprietary Pilkington technology.

May I take this opportunity of thanking Pilkington for their assistance over many years during which our relationships have always been close and we hope that this will continue long into the future.

In line with the above, PFG have signed a Float Technical Assistance Agreement with Guardian Industries which will be effective from 01 July 2004.

We believe there will be a smooth transition in our Float Technical Assistance arrangement and wish to thank both parties for the constructive manner in which we have been able to negotiate the change.

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