With over 100 years of history, stemming back to Adolph Coors, CoorsTek has been quietly changing the world with its industry-leading ceramics that go into many different applications across many different industries.
Today, CoorsTek is a leader in engineered technical ceramics. We partner with our customers to solve vexing technical challenges which enable amazing solutions across the globe.
Art Installation Unveiled at CASE
Artists David Cole and Michael Brown unveil the art installation, Luminous Waveforms, at the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering (CASE) at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering (CASE).
CASE Groundbreaking Announcement
CASE Ribbon Cutting
Ribbon cutting ceremony for the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering (CASE) at Colorado School of Mines.
Case Groundbreaking Announcement
CoorsTek Center for Advanced Materials
Paving the way for the next generation of breakthroughs in engineered ceramics, CoorsTek is investing $120 million to create a new Center for Advanced Materials in Golden, Colorado.
CoorsTek Glenrothes 35th Anniversary
In late 2016, CoorsTek celebrated 35 years of manufacturing in Europe at its Glenrothes, Scotland location. The Scottish operation was started in 1981 as its first production facility outside the U.S.
35th Anniversary of Operations in Glenrothes, Scotland
CoorsTek is a leader in engineered technical ceramics. We partner with our customers to solve technical challenges which enable amazing solutions across the globe.
CoorsTek Uden Acquisition
CoorsTek acquired the Philips ceramics operation to serve both Philips and other regional customers from Uden, The Netherlands.
CSM and CoorsTek Partnership
CoorsTek and the Coors family made a major commitment to fund a significant research partnership with the Colorado School of Mines (CSM), including a new research center.
2018 GOLD Edison Awards™ Recipient
Randall Mercer, Chief Technology Officer, and Per Vestre, Managing Director CoorsTek Membrane Sciences, discuss technical ceramics used in CoorsTek active ceramic membrane technology for converting methane gas into useable energy sources like hydrogen for fuel cells.
Research Announcement with CSM
CoorsTek announced in 2014 a major commitment, along with the Coors family, to fund a significant research partnership with the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) and build and new Center for Applied Science and Engineering.
Vision, Mission, Values
At CoorsTek, our principles guide how we treat our customers, employees, and the world around us. From products we make to the people we employ, our values are fundamental to our business.
Vision, Mission, Values