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DeKalb, Pelican and Steinwall honored with Plastics News Excellence Awards

03/15/2011 11:34pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Plastics News has named three winners of the first PN Excellence Awards — DeKalb Molded Plastics Co., Pelican Products Inc. and Steinwall Inc.DeKalb Molded Plastics, a structural foam molder in Butler, Ind., won in the category of customer...

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Processor of the Year Plastikos stands out among finest in field

03/15/2011 11:40pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Processor of the Year Plastikos stands out among finest in field - Industry Talks Plastikos Inc. is run by a group of young engineers and it shows — they scrutinize everything from successful mold startups to on-time delivery to the life...

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Following Coke's lead, PepsiCo introduces PET made from plant materials

03/15/2011 11:29pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: PepsiCo has introduced its answer to Coca-Cola Co.’s PlantBottle -- a PET bottle made completely from plant-based materials.By comparison, Coke’s PlantBottle, introduced in 2009, sources 30 percent of its material from plants.

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European Union mulls plastic bag ban

03/15/2011 11:22pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: European Union mulls plastic bag ban - Industry Talks He European Commission plans to assess whether a European Union-wide ban on plastic bags is feasible and a good idea in principle, an official has told Plastics & Rubber Weekly. Monica Westeren,...

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China's GA Pack expanding to Europe

03/15/2011 11:16pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Greatview Aseptic Packaging Co. Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of aseptic packaging that goes by the name GA Pack, is investing 50 million euros ($70 million) to build a plant in Halle, Germany.

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Haitian sales top $1 billion

03/16/2011 10:00pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: China’s largest injection press maker, Haitian International Holdings Ltd., said March 16 that its sales in 2010 rose 80 percent compared to the recession-challenged 2009 -- topping 7 billion yuan, or US$1 billion, for the first time.Growth...

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Simonton moving headquarters to Columbus, Ohio

03/16/2011 10:09pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Vinyl window and patio door manufacturer Simonton Building Products Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters to Columbus, Ohio, but keeping its customer service, marketing and information technology departments at it current headquarters location...

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Dover expanding Doverphos plant

03/16/2011 10:41pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Dover Chemical Corp., which doubled production capacity last year for its Doverphos S-9228 high-performance phosphite, has announced a second expansion that will double it again by mid-2011.

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Italy confident about EU approval for bag ban

03/16/2011 10:33pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: The Italian government is confident that the European Union will approve its ban on non-biodegradable plastics carrier bags. Various bodies had complained to the European Commission that the ban, introduced at the beginning of the year, was...

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Europe exceeds PVC recycling targets

03/16/2011 10:25pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: More than a quarter of a million metric tons of post-consumer PVC was recycled in Europe last year through Recovinyl, the PVC industry’s recycling initiative -- comfortably exceeding its 240,000 metric tons target by the end of 2010.

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Gerresheimer invests in medical tech center

03/16/2011 10:18pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Pharmaceutical and medical products manufacturer Gerresheimer group is investing 3.5 million euros ($4.87 million) in its medical plastics technical center in Wackersdorf, Germany.The investment will include a new 3,000-square-meter building...

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Kraton Polymers Announces Asia Pacific SBS and SIS Price Increase

03/15/2011 11:10pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Kraton Polymers LLC (together with its direct and indirect subsidiaries, "Kraton"), a leading global producer of styrenic block copolymers or "SBCs," announces a general price increase in the Asia Pacific region of 200 USD/t for Kraton SBS,...

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Asia PX spikes as Japan’s JX Nippon Oil declares FM on supply

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cornarbill85: Spot paraxylene prices in Asia may continue to rise as end-users in the purified terephthalic acid (PTA) sector scramble to secure cargoes following a supply force majeure declared by JX Nippon Oil & Energy, the world’s largest PX exporter,...

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Indian PU sector growing 18-22 percent annually

03/14/2011 10:47pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Indian PU sector growing 18-22 percent annually - Industry Talks While the gross domestic product in India is growing at about 9 percent a year, the polyurethanes business is growing at levels at least double this, according to experts from...

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Bayer unveils isocyanate optimizaton details

03/14/2011 10:58pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Bayer Material Science plans to invest roughly 100 million euros to expand its MDI (diphenylmethane diisocyanate) plant at the Bayer Brunsbüttel industrial park in Germany. The move is part of the company’s project to optimize isocyanate...

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Auto suppliers say rising oil prices will slice profits

03/14/2011 10:38pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Auto suppliers say rising oil prices will slice profits - Industry Talks Surging oil prices are expected to cut 2011 profits of auto suppliers, who are largely unable to pass along short-term increases in the price of raw materials. Of 119 suppliers...

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Nolato adding LIM to Wisconsin plant

03/14/2011 10:32pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Nolato AB is adding liquid silicone injection molding capability at its plant in Baldwin, Wis., giving the firm’s Nolato Medical unit its first U.S. capacity for the technology.The firm is investing an undisclosed amount to add a third clean...

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Recycler Continental Waste Management invests $6 million to open Virginia plant

03/14/2011 10:18pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Industrial plastics recycler Continental Waste Management LLC, based in Raleigh, N.C., is investing $6 million to open a plant in Covington, Va., to recycle both post-consumer PET, polypropylene and polyethylene, and post-industrial PP and PE.Plant...

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Mass. Chemical Plant Explodes, Injuring 4

03/14/2011 11:02pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Mass. Chemical Plant Explodes, Injuring 4 - Industry Talks A Massachusetts chemical plant has exploded, shaking nearby homes and injuring four people.

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Bayer to invest €100m in German MDI operation

03/15/2011 10:20pm - via http://www.plastopedia.i... - Details

cornarbill85: Bayer Material Science plans to invest roughly €100m to expand its MDI (diphenylmethane diisocyanate) plant at the Bayer Brunsbüttel Industrial Park in Germany. The move is part of the company’s project to optimise isocyanate production...

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