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December 14, 2001 News

Blow-molder opens new plant (December 14, 2001)

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Cousins-Currie Ltd., a company perhaps best known as a manufacturer of low- and high-density polyethylene container…

December 5, 2001 News

Colorant/additives supplier to build new Canadian plant

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Clariant Masterbatches has announced the construction of a new custom-built 72,000 sq.-ft plant in Etobicoke, ON (…

November 19, 2001 News

Ontario packaging plant closing

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Graham Packaging Company L.P.has announced it will close its Burlington, ON blow-molding plant in January 2002. App…

November 19, 2001 News

DuPont Canada to market Ferro additives/colorants (November 19, 2001)

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DuPont Canada has finalized an agreement with Ferro corporation to become the exclusive marketing and sales arm for…

November 12, 2001 News

SPE Technical Conference to be held in Montreal

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"Emerging Technologies for the New Millennium" will be held Dec. 10-11 at the NRC’s Industrial Materials…

November 2, 2001 News

Final K Show figures–attendance down, buying up

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A drop in attendance during the K Show’s final three days resulted in a greater than expected decline in the total…

October 31, 2001 News

New product introductions

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Dusseldorf, Germany –…

October 31, 2001 News

More suppliers join additives Web site

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Dusseldorf, Germany — SpecialChem, a free Internet service that provides processors with access to additives techn…

October 31, 2001 News

K show attendance down, but only slightly

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Barring a last-minute surge of visitors, it appears that attendance at the K show will not m…

October 29, 2001 News

Weber, Ryka announce partnership (October 29, 2001)

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Dusseldorf, Germany — An agreement to make nickel-shell stretch blow molds was announced at K by blow mold manufac…

October 29, 2001 News

Thermoforming tool and die maker liking K show

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Dusseldorf, Germany — A potentially lucrative sales lead had the guys at the Ontario Die booth celebrating at Duss…

October 27, 2001 News

Japanese firm moves to sell nylon worldwide (October 27, 2001)

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Ube, a company perhaps best known in North America for its machinery division, formally anno…

October 27, 2001 News

Resin breakthrough could make plastic auto body panels a reality

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Bayer Corporation says it may have found the solution for a technical problem that has preve…

October 27, 2001 News

Asia now top plastics producer

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Europe and North America have ceded their roles as the world’s leading plastics production r…

October 26, 2001 News

Basell reduces polyolefin capacity; also kills Hivalloy (October 26, 2001)

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The world’s number one manufacturer of polyproplyene, Basell Polyolefins, is addressing the over-capacity situation…

October 26, 2001 News

Hot runner manufacturer seeks to expand Canadian sales (October 26, 2001)

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Ewikon Hotrunner Systems of America, Inc. is looking to extend its presence in key North Ame…

October 26, 2001 News

New products galore

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Many, if not most, companies at K use the show to introduce new technology and product lines…

October 25, 2001 News

All is go at record K Show

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Dusseldorf, Germany — Against a backdrop of global economic and political uncertainty, K 2001 kicked off yesterday…

October 25, 2001 News

Plastics leave the planet

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Dusseldorf, Germany — While many people still assume that plastic is a cheap, delicate material, the industry has…

October 22, 2001 News

Nylon recycling venture closes

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The $100-million Evergreen Nylon Recycling plant located in Augusta, GA has ceased operations. High operating costs…