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ProAmpac acquires Canadian packaging suppliers Rosenbloom Groupe Inc., Hymopack, and Dyne-A-Pak

All three packaging supply brands will continue in Canada and will maintain operations at their current manufacturing facilities.

Canada’s Protech Group acquires industrial coatings business of Winslow Browning Inc.

The purchase is designed to expand Montreal-based Protech's liquid coatings capabilities.

PPC Flexible Packaging buys flexible packaging converter Custom Poly Bag

Headquartered in Alliance, Ohio, Custom Poly Bag serves bakery, medical, and specialty consumer markets with capabilities that include film extrusion, printing, and bag operations.
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Injection molder Moldworx acquired by Singapore-based Sunningdale Tech Ltd.

Founded in 1995, Moldworx operate from a 24,000-square-foot facility located in Chandler, Arizona, and serves the medical, construction, agricultural, and pharmaceutical markets. » Read more

Fanuc America teams up with Plus One Robotics on AI-enabled logistics solution

The new automated fulfillment solution combines a Fanuc robot with Plus One’s AI-powered PickOne perception system. » Read more
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Absolute Haitian press allows Michigan university plastics lab to expand during pandemic

With a new Zeres injection molding machine, Ferris State University has been able to add an additional lab section for applied learning with one student at each machine rather than two, reducing the number of lab partners. » Read More
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Researchers turn to AI-guided robots, chemical recycling to address plastic pollution crisis

Researchers at the University at Buffalo are using a robotic sorting system as a key component in developing a novel set of tools that aim to reduce plastic waste. » Read More