SPE Announces Russell Broome Stepping Down As Managing Director
August 10, 2017
Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) announced today that Russell Broome will step down as Managing Director.
SPE Announces Pat Farrey as its New Chief Executive Officer
May 4, 2017
SPE(Society of Plastics Engineers) has appointed Patrick Farrey as its new Chief Executive Officer.
New Clariant Hostatint™ UV range for easy & safe coloration of radiation cured coating systems
April 20, 2017
Clariant unveiled a complete color range of high-performance, easy to use colorants for UV cured wood coatings at the European Coatings Show 2017.
Perstorp’s Pevalen™ non-phthalate PVC plasticizer obtains FDA compliance for key food contact applications
April 19, 2017
Pevalen™ can now be used in the USA in important food processing applications
TA Instruments Press Release: Announcing Rheology Practical Training Webinars
April 17, 2017
TA Instruments announces a new series of online practical scientific training webinars focusing on rheological analysis
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- Youth Movement: Confronting the Plastics Industry’s Recruitment Issues
- Looking Ahead, Through the Eyes of Some of Tomorrow’s Engineers
- The Changing Landscape of Polymer Research
June 27, 2017
It could be the most unusual new development in injection molding in the past 20 years, developed by household products giant Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati, OH (us.pg.com). According to P&G patents, the technology consists of retrofitable controls and software for aluminum injection molds with pressure sensors and special cooling, which P&G claims increase productivity more than 50% on existing injection molding machines. P&G set up a subsidiary, Imflux Inc. (imflux.com), in May 2013 in Hamilton, OH, to develop and build the retrofits and aluminum molds and requires packaging suppliers to use them if they want to mold for P&G.
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