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Nampak Plastics, the Buckinghamshire-based high density polyethylene bottle specialist, celebrates key landmark.

  4 March 2015

Ski boot bindings and components manufacturer Plastor has invested in a range of Sumitomo injection moulding machines for overmoulding. 27 February 2015
The agreement will see Haydale subsidiary EPL Composite Solutions partner on enhanced graphene materials in their research and development programme. 25 February 2015
The product, which has been in development for seven years and seen £2m worth of investment, was unveiled at the Spring Fair at the NEC recently.
 
24 February 2015
Housewares molder is investing up to $40m (£26m) in a new moulding plant in Arizona. 20 February 2015
Polymer additive technology is helping to make tastier pork for consumers.

  16 February 2015

SteriTouch has developed a silver  ion-based additive for Sennheiser sports headphones 13 February 2015
Cambridge Consultants designs modern phone featuring simplicity and intuitive functionality. 13 February 2015
Ignitec has produced a wireless headphone using 3D printing 13 February 2015
Third quarter revenues have shown “a significant improvement” compared with the same period last year.

  9 February 2015

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics has invested  €3m (£2.24m) in a new building at its headquarters in Wertheim, Germany.

 

 

  30 January 2015

Solvay material provides high flow, flatness and dimensional stability for next-generation connectors 30 January 2015
Worcestershire-based JSC Rotational has been visited by a local MP after winning support from Clydesdale Bank to invest in new equipment.

  28 January 2015

LCR Hallcrest which specialises in the development and manufacturing of labels, inks and raw materials that change colour, has been working with Dutch agency, Miles Promocean, on its rolour changing stirrer promotion for drinking chocolate brand Chocomel.

  27 January 2015
Moulded parts ricocheting and bouncing around when coming off the mould are set to be no longer an issue with electric machines thanks to Sumitomo Demag's new ejector technology.. 16 January 2015


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