PPG Faces Fire in Evansville, Approaches Fourth-Quarter
Pittsburgh-PPG Industries made much news over the weekend, as
the company suffered a fire at its plant in Evansville, Ill., announced
that it will release its fourth-quarter results on January 17 and
had its ratings withdrawn by Moody's Investors Service. On the coatings
side, the company has donated a plane with custom pink coatings
to Australian airline QantasLink. Click on the links below for the
Crews Battle Furnace Fire at PPG
A furnace fire at a major glass company building in Evansville had
firefighters busy Friday.
PPG to Announce Fourth Quarter 2007 Results Jan. 17
PPG Industries announces the following details for its fourth quarter
earnings release and teleconference call.
Automotive Glass Ratings Withdrawn on Uncertainty of Sale
Moody's Investors Service said it has withdrawn its ratings including
its 'B2' corporate family rating on Automotive Glass & Services
(AG&S) based on the uncompleted transaction whereby affiliates of
Platinum Equity LLC were to purchase AG&S for 500 mln usd from PPG
PPG Donates Coatings for QantasLink's Breast Cancer Awareness
A plane with custom pink coatings created and donated by PPG Industries'aerospace
business is flying across Australian skies to help QantasLink promote
breast cancer awareness in the country's regional and remote areas.
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