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Ravago to distribute Solvay products in China

Solvay Engineering Plastics has signed a strategic distribution agreement with Pegasus, a Ravago company.

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Xeros opens new facility in China

Xeros' manufacturing partner in China has launched a new facility to make polymer bead-cleaning systems for the U.S. market.

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Westlake buys out Ineos in Chinese JV

Westlake Chemical Corp. has acquired an additional 35.7 percent interest in Suzhou Huasu Plastics Co. Ltd., a joint venture maker of PVC resin, film, profile and laminates based outside Shanghai.

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Denk opens molding plant in China

Gevelsberg, Germany-based automotive parts molder Denk Kunststoff Technik started up its first molding operation in China.

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Analyzing reshoring's impact on the market

Nexant conducted a survey of the plastics industry, in collaboration with Plastics News, to understand reshoring trends and the effect on the North American market.

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Hong Kong's transitioning role in the global toy industry

Emily Cheung wears two hats.

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Bayer names MaterialScience business Covestro in advance of spinoff

Bayer AG has given its MaterialScience business the new name of Covestro.

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PE manufacturer exports education program to China

Australia's only polyethylene manufacturer was a finalist for a prestigious award for an education program it shares with its Chinese parent company.

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New regulations impact China’s medical device sector

China's new regulations are having a strong impact on the medical device industry and, in particular, on medical plastics.

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‘New normal’ in China may have upside for overseas machinery firms

What's being called the "new normal" for China's economy -- a period of slower, more moderate economic growth -- may not be a bad thing for the plastics machinery industry. For some higher-priced foreign machine makers, it could be a good development.

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