10/25/2013

Molds for Thinner Cheaper Plastic

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Procter & Gamble is now building a plastic processing plant to coincide with the formation of a new subsidiary called iMFLUX, Inc., whose team brings with it 150 years of experience to develop new plastics processing technology for injection molding.

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Procter & Gamble is now building a plastic processing plant to coincide with the formation of a new subsidiary called iMFLUX, Inc., whose team brings with it 150 years of experience to develop new plastics processing technology for injection molding. A main focus will be the manufacture of molds to make plastics that are thinner and cheaper. Here's an area report on the story.

 

 


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