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The M&A Climate in a New Political Environment
Business owners are asking what to expect going forward and whether there is a meaningful threat to plastics company values.
VIDEO: Moving Beyond Buzzwords in Recycling
OEMs, brand owners, and retailers, as well as plastics processors, recyclers and equipment suppliers have converged on New Orleans for the annual Plastics Recycling Conference.
Global Petrochemical Growth to be Led by China
This despite economic slowdown and overcapacity says IHS Markit.
More Materials & Additives Highlights from SPE’s Polyolefins Conference
New semi-crystalline SEBS, additives for improved discoloration resistance, plant-based antioxidants, online compounding of TPO blends and more discussed in Houston.
Polyolefins Technology Continues to Evolve
New resins and additives among highlights of SPE Polyolefins 2017.
PE, PP March Into March with Upward Pricing
PetroChemWire shares its current outlook on polyolefin prices with polyolefins pointing higher.
How2Recycle Label Changing Recycling Habits
The How2Recycle Label program finished its soft launch in early 2012 and now has more than 60 participating companies and brands and is growing every month.
Sidel’s Lightweight Bottle Design; One Relevant Example of Resin Savings
The current upward trajectory of PET prices makes such designs more attractive.
P&G Unveils New Shampoo Bottle from Recycled Beach Plastic
The new Plastics Economy includes shampoo bottles made out of beach plastic.
Welcome to the New Plastics Recycling Economy
A new report provides a clear transition strategy for the plastics industry to design better packaging, increase recycling rates and introduce new models for making better use of packaging.