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Milacron Expands Aftermarket Business—Again
Milacron LLC, Cincinnati, recently completed the purchase of Industrial Machine Sales, Inc. (IMSI) and its sister company, Precise Plastics Machinery (PPM), both of Southlake, Texas.
Article Published: 2/5/2014
SPI revises extrusion, injection molding automation safety standards
Advances in technology, particularly controls, have prompted SPI to update some machinery safety standards.
Article Published: 1/24/2014
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.
Article Published: 1/23/2014
PlasticComp Extrudes LFT Pipes & Profiles
The system uses crosshead profile dies to coextrude fiber tows and unidirectional tapes as continuous axial reinforcement in the extruded profile.
Article Published: 12/30/2013
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 collatio...
Article Published: 12/30/2013
Milacron Boosts Aftermarket Business
Milacron LLC, Batavia, Ohio, expanded its aftermarket business in extrusion last month with the purchase of American Extrusion Services.
Article Published: 12/30/2013
More Growth & Equipment Investment For Processors This Year
Gardner’s research projects that processors will invest around $3.3 billion in primary machinery, auxiliary equipment, and molds and related supplies this year, about 10% more than its projection for 2013.
Article Published: 12/30/2013
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.
Article Published: 12/18/2013
Clear, Heat-Resistant PLA Films in Development
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Dutch producer of lactic acid and lactides Corbion Purac is joining forces with U.K.’s Innovia Films to develop PLA film that is both transparent and resistant to high temperatures.
Article Published: 12/5/2013
There’s No Lid on This Processor’s Creativity
For this lid maker, the keys to success are speed, flexibility and ingenuity.
Article Published: 11/26/2013

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