Last week, readers were quite interested in CoorsTek’s announcement regarding its new R&D center (CoorsTek Opens Technical Ceramic Research and Development Center in The Netherlands): “CoorsTek recently announced the opening of a new research and development center in Uden, The Netherlands. The European R&D center, which is closely connected with CoorsTek R&D teams in the U.S. and Japan, is dedicated to developing technical ceramics capabilities to support CoorsTek customers around the world. CoorsTek has grown to eight manufacturing sites in Europe, and this R&D investment in the Uden facility is the next step in a multi-year process to expand capabilities in the European market.
“‘We are pleased to announce the opening of our newest R&D facility and look forward to further growing our expertise in creative ceramic solutions through deeper collaboration with our customers here in Europe,’” said Randel Mercer, chief technology officer. “‘CoorsTek is an expert in solving the most difficult materials challenges, and this investment allows us to expand our research and technical efforts to more effectively meet the needs of our customers.’”
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