P&G Sets Up Processing Subsidiary

iMFLUX to focus on molding, moldmaking, proprietary technology.

Consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble has established a new wholly-owned subsidiary for plastics processing. The Cincinnati-based company’s new firm, called iMFLUX, will operate in Ohio, perhaps in West Chester Township, according to an article in the Sept. 30 issue of the Dayton Daily News.

The firm’s website describes the upstart as “a technology and innovation leader in plastics processing… working to transform the industry by delivering new-to-the-world technology, software, and process engineering as an end-to-end solution with outstanding customer service.”


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