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Published: 10/19/2018

Wheeler, Barrier Screw Pioneer, Dies at 96
Career at Davis-Standard spanned six decades.

Published: 8/28/2018

Reducing Low-Level Background Gels in PE Film
While considered acceptable in many cases, they need not be tolerated and are usually attributable to minor screw-design flaws. Here’s some advice on what to do about them.

Published: 8/28/2018

Accredo’s Credo: Designed for Sustainability, Built for Success
In fewer than 10 years, Accredo Packaging has developed innovative packaging solutions—including the first-ever all-PE barrier standup pouch—while maintaining its commitment to being ‘green.’

Published: 7/31/2018

All-PE Printed Collation Film Replaces Cardboard for Craft Beer Packs
Berry, Dow collaboration helps boost sales for beer maker while cutting costs and offering more in the way of sustainability, branding and shelf appeal.

Published: 6/8/2018

Global Film Processor Sets Sights on U.S. Growth
With six plants in four continents, Flex Films’ strategy is to offer highly customized, ‘holistic’ solutions in BOPET, BOPP, and specialized films and coatings.

Published: 6/5/2018

Davis-Standard Buys Brampton Engineering
Global supplier of extrusion systems expands in reach in blown film.

Published: 5/10/2018

Sigma Plastics Invests Big at NPE2018
PE film giant Sigma enters FFS market with six new lines from W&H. Makes other purchases as well for numerous plants.

Published: 5/9/2018

Nordson Expands Worldwide Capabilities for PPS Business Unit
Parent firm establishing Polymer Processing Systems group as global ‘go-to’ source for multiple components required by companies across the plastics manufacturing value chain.

Published: 5/9/2018

NPE2018 New Technology Focus: Film & Extrusion Coating
Check out what’s new in blown and cast film and extrusion coating at the big plastics industry trade show. 

Published: 5/9/2018

Are Blown Film Processors Getting The Biggest Bang for Their Resin Buck?
Decades-old extrusion equipment may be holding some processors back, says Alpine exec Nunes.