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Johns Manville furnace in Ohio rebuilt to support North American composites growth

Johns Manville, a manufacturer of continuous filament glass fiber, announced its operation in Waterville, Ohio, re-started a furnace with increased capacity this summer.

Johns Manville furnace in Ohio rebuilt to support North American composites growth

JM’s new furnace in Waterville produces a broad portfolio of engineered products, such as continuous glass fibers for composites, building materials and engineered thermoplastic market, and allows for production growth and flexibility within JM’s product families for polyamides, polyesters and polypropylenes.

It also enables JM to continue to serve customers in the composites and engineered thermoplastic field and to support market growth in the U.S. 

 “We are confident this investment will continue to show JM’s commitment to this industry and to our customers,” said Brian Sapp, Global Fibers Business Director for JM Engineered Products.

Companies: Johns Manville

Terms: Business

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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