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HEITEC hot runner systems, manufactured in Bottendorf, Germany, are now being sold in North America through Technoject Machinery Corp. Technoject is a new sales and service distributorship formed by P...


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August 1, 2001 by Canadian Plastics

HEITEC hot runner systems, manufactured in Bottendorf, Germany, are now being sold in North America through Technoject Machinery Corp. Technoject is a new sales and service distributorship formed by Paul Boettger following the dissolution of JPI Technologies Inc. Boettger is a former principal of JPI, which used to represent HEITEC. Technoject will continue to provide service and support on any existing HEITEC products and will honour any previous JPI warranties and commitments. With the new company, Boettger plans to focus on improved customer service and more aggressive pricing. Technoject is located at 17 McEwan Dr., Unit 4, Bolton, ON L7E 1H5. Tel: 905-951-7144, fax: 905-951-7147, www.technoject.com.

Stan Mech Agencies Inc. (Mississauga, ON) has changed its name to STANMECH Technologies Inc. to coincide with a series of strategic changes to the positioning of the business. The company specializes in plastic joining, fabricating and forming solutions using a range of technologies. “We have added staff and expanded our products and services to meet our customers’ requirements as a value-added supplier,” says Paul Subject, president. The company recently opened a repair centre in Toronto and expanded its training facilities. STANMECH represents Clamco, Leister, Munsch, Packaging Aids and Ultra Sonic Seal.

ACS Group is the new name for the companies formerly known as AEC, Sterling and Cumberland. The company manufactures a broad line of auxiliary equipment under the brand names ACE, Whitlock, Sterlco, Sterltech, Hydreclaim, Application Automation, Nelmor, Ball & Jewell and Cumberland.

A restructuring program will consolidate the urethane equipment business units of Gusmer Machinery Group into a single company under the management of Gusmer Corp. The move includes Gusmer-Admiral and Komo Machine’s Equipment Automation unit. Michael D. Kolibas will take over as president of this consolidated group. The company plans to maintain all of its engineering and manufacturing facilities, including the Toronto operations. Gusmer supplies a complete line of polyurethane processing equipment for foam spraying, pouring, reaction injection molding and automated production lines.