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K 2016: Xinle Huabao explores European market

Chinese film machinery maker Xinle Huabao Plastic Machinery Co. Ltd. sees its wares as quickly catching up with the offerings of continental rivals.

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K 2016: Chen Hsong pushes for more global growth

Hong Kong-based injection machine maker Chen Hsong Holdings Ltd. sees the K show as a key to its push into international markets.

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K 2016: Arburg introduces its largest-tonnage press at K 2016

Arburg GmbH + Co. KG took the wraps off its new hybrid Allrounder 1120 H -- its largest-tonnage injection press ever at 650 tons of clamping force, with a sleek new design and the new Gestica control system.

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K 2016 expects to be largest ever

The triennial plastics industry extravaganza known as the K show is up and running in Düsseldorf, Germany, and promises to be the largest ever, according to show organizers.

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K 2016: Engel re-engineers hydraulic injection units from scratch

Engel Holding GmbH (Hall 15/B42) has carried out a far-reaching revision of its hydraulic injection units in the next generation of its Victory and Duo injection molding machines being shown at K 2016.

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K 2016: KraussMaffei unveils 'made-to-measure' all-electric press

K 2016 marks the world premiere of KraussMaffei Group's (Hall 15/B27) PX all-electric injection molding machine -- billed by the company as a modular, "made-to-measure" press so customers can mix-and-match clamping and injection units to tailor the press for specific molding needs.

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SPE, Tupperware, Solvay discuss innovation

The Society of Plastics Engineers is all about innovation. Plastics firms Tupperware Brands Corp. and Solvay Group share that focus.

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International market pushing M&A activity

Anybody needing proof that the plastics industry is a global market can simply look at merger and acquisition market trends during the past 15 years.

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European Food Safety Authority maintains Bisphenol A safety guidance

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has said a Dutch-led report on the safety of Bisphenol A (BPA) could not be used to draw conclusions for human health.

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CPMIA sees machinery sales growth top 20 percent for July, August

The China Plastics Machinery Industry Association said the industry has seen sales and profit on the rise since March, and the year-over-year growth rate exceeded 20 percent in July and August.

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