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Connecticut Joins Film Recycling Initiative
A major focus of the new partnership will be to increase voluntary participation in the recycling of plastic bags, wraps and other film packaging at supermarkets, grocery stores and other retail locations.
Article Published: 6/23/2016
Davis-Standard Expanding in Connecticut
Extrusion systems supplier adding 15,000 ft2 for manufacturing in Pawcatuck.
Article Published: 6/23/2016
Nordson Names New Director of Engineering and Operations
Thomas Ebeling will be in charge of the engineering and production teams for ED extrusion and polymer coating dies and Premier fluid coating dies.
Article Published: 6/21/2016
Stackable Bubble-Cooling Rings Offer Huge Output Gains
Next-generation bubble-cooling system is said to boost throughputs by as much as 60% in blown film.
Article Published: 5/26/2016
Train Employees, Test Products at Texas Film Lab
Three-layer line available for rent at D.R. Joseph facility.
Article Published: 5/11/2016
Film Processor Pregis Invests $17 million in Expansion
Firm announces name change to Pregis Films in light of 2015 acquisition
Article Published: 5/5/2016
Cloeren Invests in Austrian Die Maker EMO
Cloeren buys an unspecified percentage of European extrusion die builder. Companies will operate separately.
Article Published: 4/27/2016
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.
Article Published: 4/25/2016
Novolex to Acquire Heritage Bag Co.
Heritage Bag Co. is Novolex’s fifth acquisition since Wind Point Partners acquired Novolex (formerly Hilex Poly) in 2012.
Article Published: 4/4/2016
Macro Expands Die Refurbishing Capabilities
Process reportedly yields dies 'good as new.'
Article Published: 4/4/2016

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