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Focusing on People
In addition to numerous employees with two and three decades of experience, Iowa blow molder is building out its future staff via apprenticeships and area-school outreach.
Study Claims Lightweight Bottles May Impact Recyclability
Wide variation in performance, weight and recyclability in lightweighted bottles is found.
Report: Bottled Water Bests Carbonated Soft Drinks in U.S. Sales for First Time
PLASTICS' new report focuses on plastic bottle innovation.
Sidel’s Lightweight Bottle Design; One Relevant Example of Resin Savings
The current upward trajectory of PET prices makes such designs more attractive.
U.S. Molders Warming Up to All-Electric Blow Molding
When I set out to research a feature on “What Molders Think About All-Electric Blow Molding Machines,” I thought it would be no big deal to get interviews with a handful of shops.
Slideshow: Taipei Plas 2016
Taipei Plas, Taiwan's biennial plastics showcase, packs a high-quality show into a relatively small size, much like its equipment sector, which remains an export powerhouse.
North American Plastics Machinery Shipments On the Rise in the First Quarter
Shipments of primary plastics equipment in the first quarter were up 13.5% from the year-ago quarter.
All-Electric Drive Impacts Milk-Jug Blow Molding
Although it has taken more than a decade, electric servo drives are starting to hit their stride in blow molding machines.
‘China Is No Longer Cheap’
When I spoke with Scott Huff about his China-based company’s plans to open a new production facility in the U.S., he was actually getting ready to board a flight to Shenzhen.
Colored PET: Pretty To Look At; Headache For Recyclers
Plastics Recyclers of Europe believes that 'colorful’ future trends will weaken the image of PET as a recycled product.