A Page 5, Dec. 11 story should have mentioned that Connecticut plastics molders backed Democratic and Republican senators, who are calling for Gov. John Rowland to produce a sound, fiscal state budget.
Seal-It Inc. uses a modified flexographic process to ``reverse-print'' PVC sleeves, not ``reserve-print,'' as stated in a Page 7, Dec. 18 story.
ZMD International Inc. of Paramount, Calif., introduced a fully Automated Vacuum Forming Center with a 100-ton pressure former and robotic-handling and trimming system at K'95. A Dec. 4, Page 26 story had wrong information about ZMD's thermoforming machinery.
A Page 5, Dec. 11 story incorrectly referred to some 1995 U.S. plastics resin production and usage estimates as 1996 estimates. U.S. plastics production should rise 3.4 percent in 1995 over 1994; there is expected to be a 31 percent increase in exports of unsaturated polyesters in 1995; and uses of thermosets are expected to show a total growth of 1.3 percent in 1995 over 1994.