Mesocoat breaks ground on new manufacturing plant

This week Mesocoat, which offers both its PComP line of ceramic nanoparticle coatings and CermaClad metal cladding technology (see also the July 19, 2010 LRMJ), began construction of a new 11,000 ft2 manufacturing facility in Euclid, Ohio, following on the closing of its Series A funding (see the Ju...

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