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Driven by demand for bottles and containers in sizes up to one liter for the personal care, health, and beauty aid markets, Currier Plastics (Auburn, NY) has added new Automa Electro Series extrusion blow molding machines to its existing blow molding manufacturing cells. The equipment features in-process trimming capabilities (dome, moil, tail, and handle punch out) and complete automated leak checking.

PlasticsToday Staff

April 28, 2014

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Currier Plastics adds extrusion blow molding machines

Driven by demand for bottles and containers in sizes up to one liter for the personal care, health, and beauty aid markets, Currier Plastics (Auburn, NY) has added new Automa Electro Series extrusion blow molding machines to its existing blow molding manufacturing cells. The equipment features in-process trimming capabilities (dome, moil, tail, and handle punch out) and complete automated leak checking.

currier-plastics-270_0.jpg"Currier Plastics offers extrusion blow molding and injection stretch blow molding combined with high tonnage injection molding to provide a complete package that functions as designed," says says Joel Sieber, Manager, New Product Development. "With our design for manufacturability and concurrent engineering, we get to market faster than other molders," he adds.

Located in the heart of central New York state, Currier Plastics has been custom molding for a variety of industries such as plastic packaging, beauty and cosmetics, amenities, household consumables, electronic connectors, and medical measuring devices since 1982.

The company's history was highlighted recently in PlasticsToday in an article titled, "Diverse processor Currier Plastics grows from its history, creates sustainable future."

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