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NPE2015: The Right Show at the Right Time
In recent years, plastics trade shows in North America have sometimes been written off as out of fashion and in decline. But in around 140 days, a giant plastics trade show in Orlando seems likely to quash emphatically any notions of irrelevance for...
Article Published: 10/24/2014
Clearly a Contender
LSR Vies for New Applications in Automotive, Lighting, Healthcare, and More.
Article Published: 10/24/2014
Long-Fiber Thermoplastics Grab Attention At Automotive Composites Conference
LFT looks promising in automotive, with lightweighting, balanced stiffness and toughness, and processing advances as key attractions.
Article Published: 10/24/2014
Celanese Acquires Conductive Plastics Compounder
The acquisition of Cool Polymers includes its thermally and electrically conductive compounds, as well as electrically insulative compounds, based on a variety of engineering plastics and elastomers.
Article Published: 10/21/2014
Bloomer Expands to Barrier Blown Film
Custom processor of cast embossed film buy barrier blown film leader Optimum.
Article Published: 10/20/2014
Braskem Breaks Ground On New UHMWPE Plant
A groundbreaking ceremony took place on schedule for the construction of Braskem first North American UHMWPE plant.
Article Published: 10/16/2014
UBE Machinery establishes UBE de Mexico to Service the Mexican Market
Machine builder seeks to better serve growing market.
Article Published: 9/30/2014
Tiger Stripe-Free PP, TPOs Featured on Citroen C4
The new Citroen C4 Cactus uses Borealis' tiger stripe-free PP and TPOs in both exterior and interior applications.
Article Published: 9/29/2014
World's Largest Most Advanced Recycling Development Center Open
Germany's Vecoplan receives rave reviews at the opening of what boasts to be the largest and most advanced center in recycling and reprocessing of waste and biomass.
Article Published: 9/25/2014
Liquid Composites Molding Progresses at BMW and VW
With lightweighting and fuel efficiency as drivers, two German automakers pursue alternative technologies for structural parts.
Article Published: 9/23/2014

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