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News Briefs (April 01, 2010)

Bottled water supplier Ice Rivers Springs, of Feversham, Ont., will build a recycling plant to produce 100 per cent recycled PET drink bottles. The company claims the plant will be the first of its ki...

April 1, 2010   Canadian Plastics



Bottled water supplier Ice Rivers Springs, of Feversham, Ont., will build a recycling plant to produce 100 per cent recycled PET drink bottles. The company claims the plant will be the first of its kind in North America. The facility, to be located in Shelburne, Ont., is expected to be up and running by July 2010, with approximately 60 workers.

Extrusion machinery supplier Reifenhauser Inc., of Danvers, Mass, has appointed Barway Plastic Equipment Inc. as its representative for Quebec and eastern Canada. Barway is headquartered in Vaudreuil-Dorion, Que.

Converting Supply Inc., an Orangeville, Ont.-based supplier of equipment for the extrusion, packaging and converting industries, has been appointed the new Canadian sales representative for BD-Plast, an Italian extrusion equipment manufacturer.

Mold technology supplier DME Company, of Madison Heights, Mich., has been named the distributor in North America for cold runner systems manufactured by Elmet Elastomere GmbH of Austria. DME Company has also entered a strategic alliance with hot runner firm Plastic Engineering & Technical Services Inc., of Auburn Hills, Mich., to provide a complete package to improve processing in medical and high-volume consumer markets.


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