Pilkington Glass Now Listed In TecDoc Catalogue

Date: 27 August 2009
Source: Live-pr.com
Pilkington recently became the first glass manufacturer to use TecDoc’s professional data and catalogue service, thereby taking advantage of the worldwide acceptance of this trading tool for the independent automotive parts market.

The glass manufacturer expects this partnership to yield broad opportunities for further growth, while workshops and the independent automotive parts market benefit from the quality of the additional technical data.
Since July of this year, it has been possible to call up qualified technical data of the glass manufacturer Pilkington via the TecDoc catalogue system. As part of the NSG Group, the company signed the relevant agreement a short time ago. This makes it the first automotive glass supplier to provide its complete technical data to the leading catalogue portal for the independent auto parts trade. The NSG Group is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of glass and glass products for the construction and automotive markets.
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Date: 27 August 2009
Source: Live-pr.com

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