EXPANSION IN EUROPE AND THE AMERICAS
New Mills, England
CoorsTek acquired Flowguard, located in New Mills, UK in 2010. New Mills produces premium pulsation dampeners.
The facility in Worcester, Massachusetts was originally known as the Norton Emery Wheel Company and was established in Worcester in 1885.
The Milford, NH facility was built to manufacture ceramic igniters, which were developed at the Norton complex in Worcester in 1977.
East Granby, CT
The facility in East Granby, CT was started by the Norton Company in 1985, when they entered the silicon nitride ball business.
San Luis Potosi, Mexico
The San Luis Potosi, Mexico facility opened 2006 as part of the Saint-Gobain acquisition, focusing on inspection and assembly for Milford and East Granby.
The Hamilton facility in Paris, Ontario traces its roots back to the Hamilton Pottery Company that was founded in 1852. This facility specializes in the manufacture of foundry filters.
Turnov, Czech Republic
The facility in Turnov, Czech Republic was started during the 1930s to manufacture industrial jewels. Today this facility manufactures technical ceramic components for numerous industries.
The facility in Lauf was founded in 1922 as STETTNER and has a long history of working with the material steatite, which it continues to use today.
The facility in Mönchengladbach, Germany was started in 1988 as the first international location of Carborundom Abrasives. Today this facility is focused on the manufacture of silicon carbide seal rings.
The facility in Robertsfors, Sweden joined CoorsTek in 2011 and is focused on the manufacture of silicon nitride components.
The facility in Vista, CA was acquired by CoorsTek in 2011. It was established in December of 1985 and originally called Cercom. Today this facility manufactures components for the defense, aerospace, and semiconductor industries.
Before joining CoorsTek in 2012, the facility in Bindlach, Germany was known as ANCeram and was started in 1988. They specialize in working with nitride materials.
The facility in Crewe, England was formerly known as Dynamic Ceramic and was founded in 1987. This facility is recognized for manufacturing zirconia components.
In 2016, CoorsTek acquired the Philips Ceramics operation in Uden, Netherlands. In 2018, CoorsTek expanded this facility to include the company's third Research and Development center.