Robots on the march in China’s plastics industry

Robotization is gaining steam in China's plastics industry, driven both by companies seeking refuge from rising costs, and, increasingly, by demands for more


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Canton Fair shows Chinese industry upgrading

The massive China Import and Export Fair - informally known as the Canton Fair --traditionally caters more to budget-conscious buyers from places like Southeast


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XSProject recycles plastic pouches to help trash pickers in Indonesia

When Karen McDaniels worked for 3M Co. in Indonesia, she would see the same man rooting through her trash every day. Little did she know that this would change


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Plastic Omnium expects to double revenue in China by 2021

French automotive components molder Plastic Omnium expects to double its revenue in China to 9.66 billion yuan (1.3 billion euros) by 2021, supported by a new


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Industry vet Franz gazes on plastics’ ‘vast’ future

As part of a special report on the 75th anniversary of the Society of Plastics Engineers, Plastics News asked a number of executives for their thoughts on what


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SPE's next president not shying away from international growth

As the U.S.-based Society of Plastics Engineers looks to refocus itself on North America, the incoming president, Raed Alzubi of Saudi Arabia, wants to also


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Australian draft plan aims to reduce marine debris

The Australian Government has issued a draft threat abatement plan with strategies to reduce marine debris.


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Letter: Injection press business not impacted by Toshiba Corp. financial issues

Injection molding machinery company Toshiba Machine Co. Ltd. says it will not be impacted by financial problems at Japanese industrial conglomerate Toshiba


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Freudenberg Medical expands in China

Freudenberg Medical has opened a 13,000-square-foot expansion to its operations in Shenzhen, China.

 


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Chinese firms see gains but worry over costs, trade

China's Hong Kong-listed plastics companies are reporting mixed results for 2016, with some helped by government infrastructure spending, while others were


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