Inteviews

Borouge appoints Anil Krishna as GM in India

The UAE-based Borouge, a leading provider of innovative, value creating plastics solutions, has appointed Anil Krishna as new General Manager Borouge (India) Pvt Ltd and Vice President Sales, Indian sub-continent. Prior to joining Borouge in February 2013, he held the positions of Chief Executive and Director of the Board at Henkel CAC. Krishna joined BorougeRead More

NDC Announces Terry Patterson VP Customer Care

IRWINDALE, CA, October 28th 2013 – (www.ndc.com) – NDC Infrared Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Patterson as Vice President of Global Customer Care for its Sensors, Systems and Metals divisions. Mr. Patterson’s responsibilities involve managing NDC’s Customer Care division and for developing its various Support Products that are designed to maximizeRead More

Graham Engineering appoints Steve Maxson Global Director of Business Development – Medical

YORK, PA, U.S.A., October 27, 2015: Robert Deitrick, vice president of global sales for Graham Engineering Corporation, has appointed Steve Maxson to be the company’s global director of business development – medical. “Steve brings more than 15 years of experience in medical extrusion technology, product development, and sales,” said Deitrick. “For our medical customers andRead More

Product News

Extrusion systems maker Entek receives patent for self-aligning coupling concept

Entek (Lebanon, OR), a manufacturer of production extrusion systems and components, has been awarded a U.S. patent for its self-aligning shafts and couplings. U.S. patent 9,573,313 B2 was awarded to Entek on Feb. 21, 2017, for its “Extruder Screw Shaft Alignment Apparatus and Method.” Entek employees Craig Benjamin and Melissa Jensen-Morgan, along with Dean Elliott,Read More

Policy News

Govt okays RBI trials for plastic Rs 10 notes in five cities

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will conduct five-city trials of a new polymer-based Rs 10 banknote, the government said in Parliament on Friday, declaring a move to plastic money to fight counterfeiting and reduce wear and tear. Plastic notes were first adopted by Australia in 1988 and are now used in more than 20Read More

Machinery News

Roar of machines dies down amid plastic bag ban

Hi-Plast was one of the largest plastic bag manufacturers in the country, with an export market too. Had these been days past, the vacuous space would be busy with a day-time shift of at least 200 employees hard at work to meet the 40 million bags per day production volumes. Instead, today a small armyRead More

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