Pittsburg Glass Works signs EU Co-Financing agreement for New Auto Glass Manufacturing Facility in Środa Śląska

Date: 19 July 2011
Source: http://www.polishmarket.com.pl
Pittsburgh Glass Works(PGW)LLC, a world leading supplier of automotive glass and services has cofinanced agreement in Warsaw for the new automotive glass manufacturing facility being built in Środa Śląska near Wroclaw, Poland.

PGW will invest PLN 244, 453,843. The project date was April 28, 2010 and will be completed by December 25, 2013. The implementing institution is the Ministry of Economy of Poland.

The new facility’s manufacturing focus will be on high –technology, high-content windshield with full surface control that meet the needs of the European premium vehicle market. This segment currently accounts for approximately 60 percent of European auto production.

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