CLEVELAND, OH -- The Sherwin-Williams Company recently opened its fifth plant in China, a new 215,278-square-foot plant in Zhaoqing, Guangdong, as well as a new blending facility in Langfang in north China to serve the south China furniture industry.

Sherwin-Williams set up its first office in China in 2000 and in 2002 built its first coatings factory in Jiading, Shanghai, in east China. Later, it created distribution facilities in Dongguan and Langfang. The company now coatings factories and blending facilities in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Singapore, and research and development centers in China, Vietnam and Malaysia.

Read Sherwin-Williams' press release. 

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