Taiwan Glass to Kick Off Mass Production of Low-E Glass in Q1

Taipei, Jan. 20, 2011 (CENS)--Taiwan Glass Ind. Corp., a major glass manufacturer in Taiwan, recently announced to kick off mass production of its Low-E low-emissivity glass at different production sites, including the one in Taicang (Jiangsu Province) and another in Chengdu (Sichuan Province), China in the first quarter.

Taiwan Glass` plants in Taiwan`s Changhua Costal Industrial Zone as well as Tianjiang and Guangdong Province of China are scheduled to start producing the new glass in the second or/and third quarter, the company said. 

In 2011, Taiwan Glass` total production capacity for the low-E glass is expected to grow six times to about 36 million square meters from about five million square meters now. 

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