Pilkington

Pilkington

Pilkington Group Limited is a multinational glass manufacturing company headquartered in St Helens, United Kingdom and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Japan-based NSG Group. Prior to its acquisition by NSG in 2006 it was an independent company listed on the London Stock Exchange and for a time was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

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Liam Pilkington - Catholic Priest
... Pilkington became a Catholic priest after his foray into politics and due to the disillusionment of the Irish War of Independence ... He joined the Redemptorist Order and became known as Father William Pilkington CSsR ... Pilkington served as a priest in the Diocese of Cape Town, South Africa, priest of Monmouthshire, Wales, bishop of Eton and bishop of Childwall, Liverpool, England ...
Pilkington (ancient Township) - History - Manor
... The Pilkington family can be traced from about 1200 ... The senior line acquired the manor of Bury when Roger Pilkington who died in about 1347, married Alice Bury ... Roger Pilkington and his father, also Roger, were present with Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster, at the Battle of Boroughbridge in 1322 ...
Leonard Pilkington
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Pilkington - Operations
... Pilkington has developed a self-cleaning coated float glass product, called Pilkington Activ ... Pilkington has also developed and launched Pilkington energiKare - Energy Efficient Glazing, which can increase the energy efficiency in buildings and reduce ...
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