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  • News - 5 Dec 2002
    Libbey Inc have acquired all the assets of Traex, a division of Menasha Corp. Traex manufactures and markets a range of plastic products for the food industry such as glassware, washing and storage...
  • News - 5 Dec 2002
    The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining is once more supporting the annual UK Plastics Industry Awards, now in their third year. Entries are currently being invited for the 2003 awards,...
  • News - 5 Dec 2002
    Portable, poster-like television screens and monitors made from a single polymeric sheet are a step closer thanks to research performed by Xerox Research Centre in Canada. In a presentation given...
  • News - 21 Nov 2002
    Window manufacturer Viracon will receive an award today from the Protecting People First Foundation, following the tragic events of September 11. The foundation was set up after the Oklahoma bombing...
  • News - 19 Nov 2002
    A non-binding agreement has been reached between The Clorox Company and Proctor and Gamble to establish a joint venture. The joint venture would manufacture food and rubbish bags, containers and wraps...
  • News - 16 Nov 2002
    Through sustained research and development, Cyclics Corporation have been granted another 5 patents, bringing their total to more then 50. These patents have been in areas such as resin polymers,...
  • News - 14 Nov 2002
    Rohm and Haas have signed a definitive agreement to purchase the global plastics additives business of the Japanese firm, Kureha Chemical Industry Co for $65.5 million. The deal is expected to close...
  • News - 5 Nov 2002
    Luggage manufacturer Samsonite have just sold their engineered plastics division for an undisclosed sum to Aegis Strategic Investment Corp. The engineered plastics division manufactures injection...
  • News - 5 Nov 2002
    Composites manufacturer Maax have just finalised their acquisition of Aker Plastics. The transaction will cost Maax US$78 million. Aker plastics are America’s third largest manufacturer of...
  • News - 14 Oct 2002
    Today, the Solo Cup Company began construction of its new facility on the site that accommodated US Steels’, South Works, in Chicago. The $100 million manufacturing facility will allow Solo...