Performance Plastics and the Big Game!

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Feb 2015

Performance Plastics and the Big Game!

63,400 of people went to the game, hundreds of millions of people watched the game, The Patriots won the game but the Big Game means a lot to us here at Performance Plastics. Yes, of course we watched it but we also played a hand in the University of Phoenix Stadium where the game was played over the weekend. Sure the Big Game was also played there in...

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PPL Presentation to INSEAD Students

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Feb 2015

PPL Presentation to INSEAD Students

Tom Kinisky, President of Saint Gobain Performance Plastics, was recently invited by the Industry Club of INSEAD to present to a group of INSEAD students. Tom gave a general overview of Saint Gobain Performance Plastics and highlighted our business model and our Innovation program. With many of the 40+ students in attendance enrolled in a Corporate Entrepreneurship class, there was a lot of interest in...

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Charny, France Clean Room Inauguration

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Feb 2015

Charny, France Clean Room Inauguration

On January 22nd, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at our plant in Charny, France. The ceremony marked the opening of a new clean room manufacturing and C-Flex compounding unit. This is PPL’s first step in making Charny our Biopharma manufacturing center for Europe. The technology for these investments are based on capabilities in North America and are now being localized to provide improved service...

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Welcome to MyPPL

02

Feb 2015

Welcome to MyPPL

Welcome to MyPPL, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics’ newest way of sharing our company culture with you. This is your chance to get to know more about our people, business, stories and creativity along with news stories and need-to-know information about us! This is not like a *regular* blog, this is a *cool* blog. For those of you that are not familiar with the wonderful world of...

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Age is just a number

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Jan 2015

Age is just a number

At the peak of the Roman Empire, Hadrian’s Wall in Northern England was built to mark the limit of the largest empire Europe would ever see. That wall, even if worn out by the elements of nature, is still standing today, almost 2,000 years old of age. It may seem contradictory to consider that old age is a fundamental reason to believe in the future,...

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