Tim Wright November 19, 2009 The global economic turmoil has affected the Chinese economy, slowing its pace of development. However, the first half of 2009 has witnessed a gradual warming-up of China's economy with the housing market reviving, infrastructure constructions booming and
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 PPG was selected to receive a $741,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to support the development of materials and automation processes for wind blade manufacturing.
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 The Chinese paint and coatings industry is a global powerhouse. In 2002, China became the second-largest producer of coatings worldwide when it surpassed Japan, and it should pass the U.S. in coatings production in the near future.
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 During the first session on Wed. Nov. 18, Mr. Frank Zhang, business development manager for Bayer, presented "Meet Hygienic Requirements by 2K Waterborne Polyurethane Coatings."
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 During the first of two schedule National Presentations at CHINACOAT 2009, Mrs. Bai Eason, president of the Thai Paint Manufacturers Association, presented a summary of the Thailand's paint industry.
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 The world is very familiar with the unprecedented economic growth enjoyed by China over the past few years. However, China, similar to other countries, has seen its financial engine slow owing mostly to the global economic decline.
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 The market for printed electronics (PE) and radio frequency identification (RFID) is one of the strongest growth areas in industry today, with estimates by IDTechEx, a leading consultant in this field, placing the potential market for PE at $330 billion b
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 A traditional annual conference of distributors of Empils, a leading Russian paint and varnish manufacturer, recently gathered together its distributors for a meeting in Cuba.
Tim Wright November 18, 2009 ShawCor announced its pipecoating division, Bredero Shaw, has received a contract worth more than $40 million from Marubeni-Itochu to provide pipeline coatings for Epic Energy's QSN3 Pipeline Project.