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DME Teams Up with P.E.T.S.

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DME Co., Madison Heights, Mich., has formed a strategic alliance with Plastic

Engineering & Technical Services, Inc. (P.E.T.S.), Auburn Hills, Mich. This will team up DME’s global brand and distribution network with P.E.T.S.’s customized engineering and technical solutions, including mold-filling analysis and development of proprietary hot-runner equipment and post-molding auxiliaries. The first product of the new alliance will be release this month of new hot-runner nozzles and  temperature and valve-gate sequence controllers aimed at medical molders and high-volume consumer products.

(800) 626-6653 • dme.net

(248) 373-0800 • petsinc.net

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