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Nordson to combine US screw/barrel operations


Ohio, US-based Nordson Corporation, which supplies precision melt management products including screws and barrels, filtration systems, pumps, valves and pelletising systems, is to combine its existing screw and barrel operations in Youngstown in Ohio, New Castle in Pennsylva- nia, and Pulaski in Virginia into a single expanded ‘manufac- turing centre of excellence’ at Austintown in Ohio. Nordson said the process


will take up to 18 months and is subject to the conclusion of negotiations with local and state officials. The company said it will invest in upgraded


are expected to work at Austintown. The creation of the new


Driving efficiencies: Nordson Corporate Senior VP John Keane


bi-metallic processing and machining systems at the new facility and will move most of the jobs from the existing three. In all about 260 people


manufacturing facility mirrors other regional hubs estab- lished by Nordson in Germany and Thailand as the company seeks to “drive efficiencies in manufacturing processes, decrease lead times, enhance customer service, improve competitiveness and acceler- ate growth,” according to corporate senior vice president John Keane. “No other single supplier will be able to provide the polymer industry with such localised service on a global scale,” he added. ❙ www.nordsonpolymerprocessing.com


Interseroh opens Slovenian recycling and R&D centre


Interseroh has officially opened its new centre of competence for recycling plastics at Maribor in Slovenia. The centre also brings together the company’s R&D activities in plastics recycling for the first time. “At our new location we can service all of our customers’


requirements surrounding the production of modern recycling plastics ourselves,” said Dr Manica Ulcnik-Krump, Manager of Research and Development Recycled-Re- source at Interseroh. “This allows us to achieve a greater degree of flexibility and independence in product


Polymer produced using Interseroh’s Recyled- Resource process


manufacturing, while for the customers, the periods of development are significantly reduced. Thanks to our geographical location in the city of Maribor in Slovenia, we can also provide the optimum logistics coverage for both the German market and the entire Eastern European market.” Recycled-Resource is an


‘upcycling’ process for plastic waste collected from the German dual system developed by Alba Group subsidiary Interseroh. It comprises sorting of the waste, followed by re-compounding, stabilisa- tion and incorporation of other additives. ❙ www.albagroup.de


10 COMPOUNDING WORLD | October 2016 O’Neil


launches stock whites


O’Neil Color & Compound- ing, a division of US-based Primex Plastics that makes colour masterbatches and custom speciality plastic compounds, has announced availability of 10 different stock white colourants for injection, extrusion, co-extrusion and blow moulding. The company said the


new stock grades can all be customised with attributes including fade or UV resistance, release/gloss and laser marking. They are available for rapid delivery under the company’s new ‘Quick Ship’ programme, which was devised for moulders needing small amounts for immediate production jobs. All masterbatches in the Quick Ship line are approved for food contact applications and up to 10 different white master- batches can be shipped to a customer within one day. O’Neil operates


production lines at Garfield in New Jersey and Jasper in Tennessee. Its product lines include high performance materials such as TPE, TPO and TPV elastomers, flame retardant olefins and styrenics, anti-stats, ESDs and fully conductive compounds, and structural and wear-resistant formulations. ❙ www.oneilcolor.com


www.compoundingworld.com


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