- THE MAGAZINE
The company also reported that it has begun work on a new plant in China. "In the past week, Ceradyne broke ground in Tianjin, China, for a wholly owned 105,000-square-foot ceramic manufacturing facility designed to meet the growing demand from within China for high-purity ceramic crucibles used in the manufacture of silicon photovoltaic solar cells," said Joel Moskowitz, president and chief executive officer. "We anticipate that this new plant will commence operations in early to mid-2007."
Additional information, including results for the first nine months of the year and an archive of a recent teleconference, is available at www.ceradyne.com.