The 168,000-square-foot blown-film extrusion plant in Anderson, SC, will produce engineered films for performance-oriented packaging used in the food, consumer products, and medical device sectors.
Avient’s Complēt moisture-resistant polyamide features smooth surfaces that are virtually free of visible fiber.
Partners with Knobbe Martens provide intellectual property (IP) guidance for those interested in packaging patents, trade dress, and trade secrets.
The material’s balance of dimensional stability, strength, and other performance characteristics as well as its processability make it suitable for the production of automotive, electrical, and electronic parts.
The family owned-business in St. Petersburg, FL, specializing in precision molds for medical technology OEMs, was recognized this year by the Florida Sterling Council.
Over-reliance on renewable energy sources will take a huge toll on manufacturing and plastics processors, which require strong, consistent, and reliable energy to keep machinery running.
The material can be used to make plant-based, compostable crayons. Conventional crayons made with petrochemical-based paraffin wax can take decades to decompose.