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VDMA says China elevates energy efficiency

Chinese companies and government agencies are increasingly paying attention to energy efficiency requirements, including linking approvals for new investments to equipment that reduces power consumption.

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Haitian’s introduces new equipment

Haitian International Holdings Ltd. announced at ChinaPlas that it will roll out a two-platen Jupiter II Plus in the second half of 2015.

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California may ban microbeads by 2020

The California Assembly passed a bill that would ban the sale of products containing plastic microbeads by 2020.

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DSM and China’s NHU form PPS joint venture

Royal DSM is spending Chinaplas rounding out its lineup of engineering plastics.

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China’s leading plastic trade group backs marine debris reduction pact

The Washington-based Society of the Plastics Industry Inc. and China's leading plastics trade association signed an agreement May 20 at the Chinaplas trade show to promote the SPI-backed Operation Clean Sweep program for reducing marine pollution and litter from stray resin pellets.

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Milacron invest $10 million in hot runner, controller manufacturing in China

Milacron LLC is spending more than $10 million to double capacity of its hot runner and controller manufacturing operation in Kunshan, China, as it sees conversion of molds to hot runners continuing to grow in Asia.

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BASF brings design consultation center to Shanghai

BASF SE plans to launch a design consultation center in Shanghai next year. The center will be the company's second in Asia. Last year the company opened one in Japan, its first outside of Germany.

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DSM, Ascend strike deal to leverage strengths

Royal DSM and Ascend Performance Materials Inc. chose Chinaplas 2015 as the platform to announce their global strategic alliance.

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DuPont emphasizing new products to maintain growth in China

DuPont Co. officials know that economic growth is slowing in China. The materials supplier came to Chinaplas with a strategy for maintaining growth in the region -- both for DuPont and its customers.

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Weak euro boosts Arburg sales in China

Even before Chinaplas officially opens in Guangzhou, Arburg's booth already started attracting traffic.

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