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The sheet glass, which came off the production line in April, is the thinnest one mass-manufactured using the
Pilkington was founded in 1826 and became a major St Helens employer but was acquired by Nippon Sheet Glass in 2006, which valued the business at [pounds sterling]1.8bn.
Japan Advisory had its business registration revoked by the Financial Services Agency in June for its involvement with insider trading of Nippon Sheet Glass shares based on information provided by the Daiwa official.
A SENIOR manager at Pilkington owner Nippon Sheet Glass is to retire after more than 30 years with the group.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 13, 2011--R&I ends preliminary rating on Nippon Sheet Glass shelf(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Sweden-based Volvo Car Corporation (Volvo Car) has sued a Japan-based Nippon Sheet Glass Company (Nippon Sheet Glass) unit in London.
According to the chef of Markazi Province Customs Administration, the products include petrochemicals, parts and accessories of agricultural machineries, glass, mirror, sheet glass, kerosene, flowers and plants, carpets and other floor coverings and electricity mast.
Glass bricks or blocks cost considerably less than tempered sheet glass and vandal-proof specialty glass windows.
In fiscal 2007, Nippon Sheet Glass boosted group sales 27.0 percent to a record 865.59 billion yen on the strength of its acquisition of British glass firm Pilkington Group Ltd.
Under the agreement, Carlyle will acquire Nippon Sheet Glass' 50 percent stake in NH Techno for 40.6 billion yen, while Hoya plans to sell a 21.5 percent stake in the venture to the fund for 17.5 billion yen.
US private equity firm The Carlyle Group - owner of Birmingham's Colmore Plaza office building - will lead a 58.1 billion yen (pounds 287 million) management buyout of an LCD glass venture jointly owned by Japan's Hoya Corp and Nippon Sheet Glass.
This case is closely linked to proceedings begun in March this year concerning flat glass, when statements of objections were sent to Pilkington of the UK, part of the Japanese firm Nippon Sheet Glass, French firm Saint-Gobain and Glaverbel, the Belgium-based unit of Japan's biggest glassmaker Asahi Glass (see Europolitics 3268).
The Pallion factory manufactures specialist glass products, such as laboratory beakers and flasks and rolled sheet glass used in car headlights.