Plastics News Now: Losing weight with style, plastics in the Dragons' DenJanuary 29, 2015 6:00 am ET
Production problems in Texas add more complication for polypropylene, Entek has new equipment ready to show compounders at NPE and we take a look ahead at color trends.
We check out how plastic is helping lead innovation inside vehicles, a packaging maker is investing in equipment and the "New American Home" features foam.
What Keeps You Up at Night is a monthly series about executive insights by Brennan Lafferty, Plastics News publisher. This month, Melanie Hart of Tasus Corp.
Experts talk plastics in the automotive market and as PP prices fall again, we take a look at if the trend will continue.
Local Motors 3-D prints a car, Johnson Controls announces lithium-ion battery innovation and we check out everything at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
President Obama and Vice President Biden stop by a color and concentrates maker, PE and PS prices dip, and Ford and Dow announce partnership at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Specialized drones could be used in emergency heart situations, a plastics social network launches and Processor of the Year finalists are named.
Solvay and Chevron Phillips complete Ryton deal, Sabic adding capacity in New York and Plastindia move appears set.
Designers at Ford make snowmen out of polystyrene, micro injection molding targets lenses for the human eye and Toyota turns to plastic to reduce packaging.
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