LIVONIA, MICH. (Nov. 7, 10:20 p.m. ET) — For General Motors Co., the Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave and GMC Denali are a big part of its future sales plans. What consumers likely will never realize is the engineering breakthroughs for GM and its supplier Inteva Products LLC that went into the crossover vehicles' interiors. The Society of Plastics Engineers, however, noted the developments by awarding the all-polyolefin instrument panel both the Body Interior award and the Grand Award during the 2012 Automotive Innovation Awards, presented Nov. 7 in Livonia.
This exclusive MS Excel database contains all the companies from Plastics News' ranking of top North American Recyclers and Brokers by reprocessed volume and also includes a directory with materials processes, services offered and company contact information. Data is based on primary research by PN editorial staff.Learn more
GROWTH, OPPORTUNITY IN SIGHT FOR INJECTION MOLDERS IN 2014
In the wake of the economic turbulence earlier in this decade, molders today find themselves in much better shape. Molders are gaining a competitive advantage by investing in people, equipment and seeking inroads into new markets on a global scale.
Growth in the injection molding industry is going to be driven by low financing costs and a continued move to reshore some business.
This report highlights the impact of shale-based natural gas on the North American plastics market and features an in-depth analysis of production trends in the United States during 2013 and a forecast for 2014 and beyond.Learn more