Pilkington: China signs up

Pilkington's subsidiaries in China have recently signed technical assistance agreements, which will give them access to the best-practice manufacturing techniques and new technologies that have been developed by Pilkington around the world.

Explained Steve Costly, Pilkington Automotive's sales manager for China: "We have been providing informal assistance to our Chinese companies for many years, but the signing of these agreements brings them fully into the Pilkington family and will allow them to better support the global accounts that we supply in China."Pilkington's subsidiaries in China have recently signed technical assistance agreements, which will give them access to the best-practice manufacturing techniques and new technologies that have been developed by Pilkington around the world.

Explained Steve Costly, Pilkington Automotive's sales manager for China: "We have been providing informal assistance to our Chinese companies for many years, but the signing of these agreements brings them fully into the Pilkington family and will allow them to better support the global accounts that we supply in China."

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