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PPG Forms Mobility Team to Develop Coatings for Self-Driving Cars

PPG unveiled its work with self-driving and electric vehicles in January during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. 
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The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that PPG has developed a team to look at how innovations in coatings can help autonomous and electric vehicles.

According to a recent article, “As cars change, so will the expectations and demands put on their coatings,” said Ranju Arya, who will lead the new team as senior business director of mobility.”

“The options and opportunities are limitless,” Arya told the Tribune-Review. “We just have to understand more about this space.”

PPG unveiled its work with self-driving and electric vehicles in January during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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