NEWS

PUBLISHED: 8/12/2020

Sealed Air Invests in Recycling Company Plastic Energy

Through this collaboration with Plastic Energy, Sealed Air is helping to eliminate plastic waste, support complementary approaches to recycling and enable its customers to incorporate recycled plastics back into their packaging.


PUBLISHED: 8/11/2020

Plaskolite Introduces Antimicrobial Safety Shields

Ccrylic and PC sheet is formulated with laboratory-tested silver ion antimicrobial technology.


PUBLISHED: 8/10/2020

APR’s PCR Certification Program Continues to Grow

The first industry program to certify postconsumer resin (PCR) for use in packaging has seen much faster acceptance in the marketplace than anticipated, according to APR.


PUBLISHED: 8/7/2020

Ineos Styrolution, Recycling Technologies to Partner on Recycling Polystyrene

Recycling Technologies’ chemical recycling technology, which is currently used for mixed plastics, will be developed to recycle polystyrene.


PUBLISHED: 8/6/2020

Nolato Group Acquires GW Plastics

The Vermont headquartered injection molding, moldmaking and contract manufacturing firm founded in 1955 becomes part of the global, publicly traded Swedish conglomerate.


PUBLISHED: 8/5/2020

BASF & Toyota Collaboration Leads to Lightweighting of the 2021 Sienna

The new-generation Toyota Sienna features first-of-its lind third row free-standing seatbacks.


PUBLISHED: 8/5/2020

General Polymers Further Expands Thermoplastic Distribution Network in North America

Fast-growing General Polymers’ geographic reach beefed up in Western Midwest.


PUBLISHED: 8/4/2020

ACS Group Names Deitrick Sales V.P.

Auxiliary equipment supplier adds 25-year machinery vet to lead sales effort.


PUBLISHED: 8/4/2020

Peak Performance Gets ISO 13485:2016 and 9001:2015 Certifications

Toll and custom compounder gets certified less than a year after it produced its first pellet.


PUBLISHED: 8/3/2020

Metro Mold & Design Adds Four Injection Molding Machines

Minnesota based injection molder and blow molder invested a total of $4 million in equipment, including four Engel injection molding machines and Ilsemann Automation technology.