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Bringing Innovation to the Surface

PPG Industries' vision is to continue to serve its customers as the world's leading coatings and specialty products supplier. Through leadership in innovation, sustainability and color, PPG helps customers in automotive, aerospace, marine, construction, industrial, consumer products and energy and infrastructure markets enhance more surfaces in more ways than any other company on the planet.

PPG's unique position as a color leader in multiple markets allows us to observe and translate emerging global color trends for customer applications—from consumer goods to automotive color, homes and buildings to industrial design. To fuel your creative vision and learn more about PPG's role in identifying trends, designing and engineering color for a wide range of surfaces, visit PPG ColorShare.

To learn more about PPG innovations on the surfaces of the things you touch . . . and the things that touch you every day, visit ppg.com. Here, you can also learn more about PPG's commitment to sustainability and our response to increased demands for environmentally responsible products that deliver lasting and meaningful environmental benefit.

Technology for a brighter world.

Advanced fiber glass and coatings make wind turbine blades lighter weight and more durable. Specially developed glass from PPG can improve the efficiency of solar energy production.

PPG Innovations . . . better,
smarter, greener.

Advanced fiber glass and coatings make wind turbine blades lighter weight and more durable. Specially developed glass from PPG can improve the efficiency of solar energy production.

Beauty. Efficiency. Durability.

As the world's #1 producer of coatings for the transportation industry, PPG technologies actually reduce fuel consumption in ships and aircraft around the globe, while beautifying and extending service life. Approximately 70% of cars are protected by PPG coatings and PPG silica additives in automobile tires can reduce rolling resistance by 30% and improve a vehicle’s fuel efficiency by 6%. Applied across the U.S. passenger tire market, this increase in fuel efficiency could save up to 8 billion gallons of fuel.