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5/8/2014

Americhem Renames Recently Acquired Compounder

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First foray into engineered compounding.

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Americhem, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, has renamed its recent acquisition, Infinity Compounding of Swedesboro, New Jersey and its first foray into engineered compounding, to Americhem Infinity Engineered Compounds.  These compounds, which include filled, reinforced, lubricated, electrically conductive, and precolored grades are currently being manufactured at the Swedesboro site. Going forward Americhm plants in Liberty, North Carolina, and Suzhoo, China, will also manufacture Americhem Infinity’s compounds.

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