Feintool International to close two facilities, in Thailand, U.S

Higgs, Richard
October 2007
Plastics News;10/29/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 35, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Feintool International Holding plans to close two small plants in Asia and in the U.S. in an attempt to improve efficiency. Capacity at the plant is stated to be underused. Feintool Chief Executive Officer Joachim Kaufmann said the Asian facility was not developing as well as planned. In addition to closing the Thai plant, the Swiss company will close a metal components plant in White Plains, New York.


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