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Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating

Also called SGL. A rating of the risk that a company will not be able to meet is short-term liabilities. SGL ratings are compiled and published by Moody's and are an assessment of a company's liquidity. SGL ratings are: SGL-1 (most liquid), SGL-2, SGL-3, SGL-4 (least liquid).

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SDK will strive to speedily generate synergy with SHOWA DENKO CARBON Holding GmbH, which has been established as a result of the integration with SGL GE.
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Tilo Hauke, head of research at SGL Group, said: "The interaction of all components is of central importance for innovative composites based on reactive polyamide.
In this application, we particularly exploit the corrosion resistance of our carbon fibers," adds SGL Carbon Fibers & Composite Materials Vice President of Sales & Marketing Peter Weber.
SGL Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of carbon-based products and materials.
SGL Group's significant investment in Ozark underlines our long-term commitment to this facility as well as our employees," Scott Carlton, president of SGL Group North America, said in a news release.
SLC SGL SFC Barris uses ISN to "extend the classroom" when students wish to pursue an issue spawned by in-class discussion.
As approved by the company's management board, SGL Carbon will issue unsubordinated, unsecured convertible notes worth a total around EUR240m, with an overallotment option of up to EUR40m.
Tokyo, July 2, 2010 - (JCN) - Germany's SGL Group and Hitachi Chemical will extend their comprehensive and mutual cooperation to supply anode material solutions for lithium-ion batteries for the European automotive and industrial markets.
The deal will involve a 50-50 merger of SGL Carbon SE, of Germany, and Brembo SpA, of Italy.