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GM's 1984 Chevy Corvette and experts in automotive composite materials will be honored at the 45th SPE Automotive Innovation Awards Gala next month.
Collaborative industry project is aimed at recovering more packaging that is currently destined for landfill.
Ford discusses Carbon3D's layerless 3D printing technology.
Latest plastics salary survey by SPE and Gros Executive Recruiters shows continued uptick in both salaries and job satisfaction.
Suresh Shah awarded for his contributions to automotive plastics and composites developments.
The Society of Plastics Engineers will introduce six new Honored Service Members and five new Fellows of the Society during ANTEC 2015, 11 individuals joining two very select groups.
ANTEC plenary speakers to address technologies that will impact the industry's future.
SPE extends nomination deadline for its second-annual 'Plastics For Life' competition by two weeks.
Expect to see at least twelve startup ventures with exciting new technologies at the 'NPE2015 Startup Garage' exhibitions.
A breakfast briefing on key markets and plastics design panel discussions, which are free to attendees, join four multi-day, paid conferences on a range of technical and business topics at NPE2015.
The holidays are a time for tradition, and SPE’s Detroit Section kept up a great one on Tuesday when trucks delivered thousands of toys to local charities created with donated resin, machine time, and labor from its members.
Latest personnel moves including updates from SPE, SPI, Engel, BASF, Dri-Air, Mack Molding and more.
A hotel conference room, management brainstorming and a new mission statement do not a strategic business plan make.
With the growing popularity of thermoplastic microcellular foams (such as those produced by the MuCell process of Trexel Inc.) comes increased need to understand how to optimize foam properties through appropriate foam structure.
Three recent announcements herald new cooperative efforts among plastics groups for education and workforce development. --The Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI), Washington, D.C., and international custom molder Nypro Inc., Clinton, Mass., will collaborate on workforce development.
Efforts have been made to simulate the extrusion blow molding process for at least a decade, but actual use has been slow to take hold.