Visit gives shadow minister a window on hi-tech manufacturing

Shadow Minister for Industry Iain Wright MP, along with Dave Watts, MP for St Helens North, got a chance to see advanced manufacturing in action when they visited our St Helens site.

The visitors toured our UK5 float glass manufacturing line at Greengate – where we produce all glass stock used in Pilkington products – and our £36 million offline coater at Cowley Hill, which opened in October 2012.Read more: http://blog.pilkingtonselfcleaningglass.co.uk/index.php/visit-gives-shadow-minister-a-window-on-hi-tech-manufacturing/ Shadow Minister for Industry Iain Wright MP, along with Dave Watts, MP for St Helens North, got a chance to see advanced manufacturing in action when they visited our St Helens site.  

The visitors toured our UK5 float glass manufacturing line at Greengate – where we produce all glass stock used in Pilkington products – and our £36 million offline coater at Cowley Hill, which opened in October 2012.

Read more: http://blog.pilkingtonselfcleaningglass.co.uk/index.php/visit-gives-shadow-minister-a-window-on-hi-tech-manufacturing/

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