PRL to add capacity at N.Y. site

Esposito, Frank
June 2006
Plastics News;6/26/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports that specialty compounder Polymer Resources Ltd. will boost capacity in Rochester, New York, and is considering the addition of a new facility in the Southeast. According to regional sales manager Steve Bruno, the investment in Rochester will include a combination of single-screw and twin-screw equipment, as well as other secondary equipment. A Southeastern site would provide Farmington, Connecticut-based Polymer Resources with better proximity to customers and also improve the firm's overall efficiency.


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