Stewart Engineers Signs 26th Technology Contract

Date: 15 March 2011
Source: Stewart Engineers
Stewart Engineers recently signed its 26th technology contract to provide ultra thin solar and specialty glass technology for an Asian Glass Customer.

This ultra thin glass facility, utilizing Stewart Engineers proprietary technology, will have a daily production capacity of 600 MTPD and be installed in Asia. The start-up of the new line is scheduled for December 2011.

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Date: 15 March 2011
Source: Stewart Engineers

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