NEWS CLIPS

  • To enhance support for its US customers, Teknek opens an equipment sales and adhesive roll fulfillment facility in Charlotte, NC. Cleaning rollers are manufactured in a clean room production facility at the UK headquarters.
  • For the 13th time, Nordenia USA, Jackson, MO, receives a rating of Superior following a sanitation and quality management audit conducted by the American Inst. of Baking (AIB).
  • Farr Air Pollution Control, Jonesboro, AR, changes its name to Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control (APC). Camfill Farr APC is a subsidiary of Camfill Farr.
  • Glatfelter, York PA, opens a new sales and distribution center in Moscow, Russia, to serve its Composite Fibers Business Unit.
  • The Plastics Academy, Washington, DC, is accepting nominations for posthumous induction into the Plastics Hall of Fame until October 30. Nomination forms can be found online at www.plasticsacademy.org.
  • Fujifilm Holdings America Corp., Valhalla, NY, donates $400,000 in financial assistance and medical products and equipment to the Republic of Haiti following the January 12 earthquake.
  • Wisdom Adhesives, Elgin, IL, opens Wisdom Adhesives Canada in Toronto to supply water-based resins, dextrin, protein, and hot melt adhesives to the converting industry in Canada.
  • Essex Products Group, Centerbrook, CT, is named exclusive worldwide distributor of job presetting and color scanner interface systems manufactured by Colortronix, Hermon, ME. These products are now marketed under the Adelphi brand.
  • Omnova Solutions' Specialty Chemicals business, Fairlawn, OH, increases prices by $0.10/dry lb for styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers effective February 15.
  • Presstek, Hudson, NH, joins the Verdigris Project as an associate member. Verdigris is an international not-for-profit environmental research initiative to raise awareness of print's positive environmental impact.

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