New Home for Welex

February 2008
Plastics Technology;Feb2008, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p90
Trade Publication
The article reports that Welex Inc., a supplier of extrusion equipment, relocated to Blue Bell, Pennsylvania in January 2008. The exact address and contact details are given.


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