EXCLUSIVE: BPF 'Brexit committee' calls for single market access
As well as setting up what it called a 'Europe taskforce', the trade body has compiled a four-point plan for government to help safeguard the plastics industry following the Brexit referendum.
West Sussex moulder saves cash after Carbon Trust visit
Horsham-based Pentagon Plastics had approached the Trust to see whether it was eligible for an energy assessment and was successful, said Liz Ratcliffe, the firm's financial controller.
Renault uses bio-based gloss black plastic in Clio refresh
Renault’s fourth-generation Clio supermini was introduced in 2012, but was subject to a mid-cycle revamp in June 2016.
Solvay on track to increase Cytec acquisition savings
Integration of the US firm was progressing “strongly”, the firm told a group of shareholders and analysts in London today.
Opec agrees to oil production cuts
Iranian oil minister Bijan Zanganeh hails “an exceptional decision”, with the move re-establishing Opec production ceilings which had been abandoned a year ago.
SMMT repeats its 'access to single market' call in Paris
Mikes Hawes, the chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders: "The success of automotive sector will hinge upon maintaining the business and trading conditions that make it so competitive".
Polish government considers plastic bag fee
Under the draft legislation, PLN1 (£0.20) per bag will be set as the maximum amount of the recycling fee.
Innovia offers solution to 'wrap rage'
The Cumbria-based manufacturer of high-tech films has unveiled the Propafilm RCP to ease the suffering of frustrated consumers who grapple trying to open certain plastic packaging products.
Ravago continues its acquisition spree
Products distributed by Kemiropa include masterbatch concentrates, compounds based on PVC and engineering resins and recycled resins.