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Recycling event rescheduled in aftermath of Tianjin explosions

A plastics recycling conference has been delayed and relocated from the blast-damaged original venue to a new site in Tianjin.


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Borouge sees opportunity in China’s slowdown

Even with the slowdown in China's economy, China remains an important market for polyolefins supplier Borouge.


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4-D technology on Global Plastics Summit agenda

4-D printing is being looked at by many different sectors, including health care, construction and infrastructure.


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Haitian sales hold steady in rough waters

Bolstered by strong growth in its electric and two-platen offerings, Ningbo, China-based Haitian International Holdings Ltd., China's biggest maker of injection molding equipment, posted modest sales growth in the first half of the year.


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China's Tech-Long expands its North American headquarters

China-based Tech-Long Packaging Machinery Co. Ltd. is moving its North America headquarters from the West Coast to the Atlanta area for a bigger presence.


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Automotive plastics market to be worth $53bn by 2022

Increasing demand in power train and interior and exterior furnishing applications is expected to make the automotive plastics market worth $53bn by 2022, a new report has claimed.


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Chinese investors setting up molding plant in Tennessee

Chinese investors have set up a new U.S. company to mold consumer products repatriated from production in China.


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New opportunities piping up for Lesso

China's largest plastic pipe maker, China Lesso Group Holdings Ltd., is expanding in traditional and new ways, to capture, for example, what it calls "huge potential" in the offshore fish farming market.


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Explosion hits China plant making nylon 6/6 feedstock

An Aug. 22 explosion rocked a chemical plant in Zibo, China, that's ramping up 100,000 metric tons of annual capacity for adiponitrile -- a feedstock for nylon 6/6 resin.


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Former HPM owner pleads guilty, agrees to pay state and local taxes

Former HPM owner Christopher Filos last Friday pleaded guilty to the company's failure to pay taxes. HPM sold its intellectual properties to China's Guangdong Yizumi Precision Machinery Co. Ltd. in 2011.


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