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Executive Q&A: Recycling is not just a dream

Plastics News China correspondent Rebecca Kanthor traveled to Beijing to visit Incom Resources Recovery Recycling Co. Ltd., a 7-year-old company that has recycled more than 7 million PET bottles.

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Beijing firm takes recycling into the ‘smart’ era

A PET bottle-collecting machine that pays users through their smart phones? An app that you can use to order pickup of recyclable items from your home?

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Acquisition expands Mauser’s geographic coverage in China

German industrial packaging manufacturer Mauser Group is expanding its China operations by acquiring a 50 percent stake in a local manufacturer from an Indian firm.

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Germany predicts buoyant plastics machinery sales

Germany remained the world's most dominant exporter of machinery in 2014, with a share of 23.8 percent of the market, nearly twice as much as its nearest competitor, China.

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Report says equipment makers in China focused on the middle market

The mid-market is the emerging battleground for the Chinese plastics equipment industry, according to Fiducia Management Consultants.

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Formosa Plastics announces plans for new PP capacity in Texas

Formosa Plastics Corp. USA has kicked off what may be the start of a new wave of North American polypropylene capacity.

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Yizumi carves out growth in an overcrowded space

The injection molding machinery industry is overcrowded. "[The market] really only needs a few primary machinery makers," according to Hong Kong businessman Richard Yan.

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DSM Engineering Plastics names new leader

Royal DSM NV has appointed a new leader for its Singapore-based global Engineering Plastics business.

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BASF launches online store on Alibaba

Imagine if eBay had a strong B2B wholesale counterpart in the U.S. that housed more than 10 million companies and 120 million registered business accounts.

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Borealis investing $177 million to upgrade Swedish cracker facility

Borealis AG, the Vienna-based chemical giant, is investing 160 million euros at its production site in Stenungsund, Sweden.

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