Ferro is almost everywhere. In fact, the computer on which you're reading this issue of hiVelocity probably contains some Ferro parts. Ferro parts are also in your cell phone and in your car. Ferro was established in 1919 to produce porcelain enamel frit. Today, Ferro is a leading global supplier of advanced materials that enhance the performance of products in the electronics, major appliances, building and renovation, pharmaceuticals and industrial markets -- high-purity powders, pastes, and tapes for many electronic applications. It also supplies innovative glass colors and coatings, which add value to automotive, flat and container glass in the global market. Ferro's Pfanstaiehl Laboratories produce high purity chemistry for health and beauty products. And Ferro's polymer additives improve the characteristics of plastics. The company has grown to 5,200 employees around the world.