Windmoeller & Hoelscher Corp.
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Lincoln, RI 02865-4252 US
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As Seen In Plastics Technology
Savvy Vietnamese Firm Launches All-PE Laminated Pouches
Thanh Phu’s ‘Veloflex’ converting technology results in packaging with optics similar to conventional laminated structures but is readily recyclable.
K 2016 Extrusion: Speed, Versatility Rule the Day at K
Shorter product runs mean frequent product changeovers for processors, and suppliers responded to these trends across all extrusion technologies.
Michael Andrews Joins W&H
Will head up processing technology and application development.
New Film Resins’ Performance Demonstrated by Several Equipment Makers at K 2016
Take a look at a video discussion between ExxonMobil Chemical and W&H on processing the new Exceed XP resins.
Next Generation Films Plans Big Expansion
Ohio processor to spend $75 million on new facility, equipment.
K 2016 Preview: Extrusion and Compounding
Regardless of what you might be extruding, the themes of speed and flexibility will loom large in extrusion at the giant show.
Film Processor Pregis Invests $17 million in Expansion
Firm announces name change to Pregis Films in light of 2015 acquisition
On-Site: The Buck Stops Here
Fully integrated manufacturing and an unwavering commitment to quality has helped position NELMAR as the ‘gold standard’ in tamper-evident security bags.
Here’s What You Need to Know to Make World-Class Stretch Film
Advances in materials, feedblock/die technologies, and winding can help processors develop more sophisticated cast-stretch products.
Webconvert Hires New Sales Manager
He will coordinate the company’s Canadian sales efforts for Next Generation Recyclingmachinen GmbH.
Seven New Technologies Debut at W&H Open House
Among them at the two-day event in Germany is a new method to drastically reduce product-changeover times.
EXTRUSION AND COMPOUNDING AT NPE: Flexibility, Speed, Quality Rule the Day
Extrusion processors need more—of everything—to compete. And suppliers responded in force in Orlando.
EXTRUSION AND COMPOUNDING AT NPE: The Word Is ‘More’
As in speed, power, quality, flexibility, layers, and efficiency. Those are the trends across all extrusion processes.
Processor gives employees the time, resources to “go back to school” at work
Consistent production is the number one priority at any plastics processing plant, but how much do most companies do to train technicians before they hand over the keys to hugely expensive (and complicated) machines that are at the heart of production?
Things Are Adding Up Nicely For Charter NEX Films
Since Charter Films merged with NEX Performance Films about 18 months ago, the combined operation has melded the best capabilities of each company into a single business churning out a wide scope of blown films.
Back to Its Roots in Film Extrusion
After drydocking its film extrusion business in '99, converter goes back to its roots with upstart sister company.
Lots of Expansion Brewing In Film Extrusion
Firms adds more capacity to produce higher-tech films.
From Printer to High-End Extruder: Colormasters Sets Sights on Collation Film
When long-established printing and converting company Colormasters was putting together a strategic plan for growth, it added blown film processing to the mix.
Exxon to Film Processors: Go With Five Layers
For a company that did not exhibit at K 2013, ExxonMobil Chemical certainly was busy at October’s Dusseldorf trade show. Material from the Houston-based resin giant was running on a handful of film lines producing everything from five-layer collation-shrink blown film to five-layer hygiene film, three-layer lamination film, and 33-layer nano-cast stretch film.
Extrusion/Compounding at K 2013: Having It All
Extrusion processors no longer need to chose among speed, quality, and flexibility, based on exhibits at K 2013.