Canadian Plastics

News – 01-NOV-00 (November 01, 2000)

COMPOUNDING OPTIONSWith shorter product life cycles and the quest for market differentiation, compounders are responding to requests for smaller material inventories and materials that impart brand di...

November 1, 2000   Canadian Plastics



COMPOUNDING OPTIONS

With shorter product life cycles and the quest for market differentiation, compounders are responding to requests for smaller material inventories and materials that impart brand distinction or special performance properties.

Driving on new ground

The boom years may be over but there is still plenty of business out there for automotive suppliers willing to help their customers improve design for manufacturability, productivity and quality using electronic collaboration tools.

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RESEARCHERS FOR HIRE

Canada is rich in R&D resources to help plastic processors with everything from long-term product development to short-term investigations to solve processing problems. This table lists universities, research institutes and private labs from across Canada for your reference.


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