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Article | April 30, 2002
–Cargill Dow LLC (Minneapolis, MN) opened a global-scale mfg. facility to make its commercial-grade plastic resins from annually renewable resources.
- »Krones, Inc.
- »SATO America, Inc. DON'T TAG
- »ID Technology
- »DuPont Packaging
- »Pacific Packaging Machinery Co.
- »NatureWorks LLC
- »Hewlett-Packard Indigo
- »DT Packaging Systems
- »Kalish, a member of DT Industries Packaging Group
- »Liqui-Box Corp.
- »Enhance Packaging Technologies Inc., a DuPont Canada Co.
- »Stora Enso
–Hewlett-Packard Co. (Palo Alto CA) acquired Indigo N.V. (Woburn MA) a maker of digital printing equipment.
–Pacific Packaging Machinery (San Clemente CA) moved to its new facility at 1284 Puerta Del Sol San Clemente CA 92673; phone: 949/369-2425 fax: 949/369-2429.
–DuPont Canada (Mississauga Ontario Canada) signed an agreement whereby DuPont Canada’s wholly owned
subsidiary Enhance Packaging Technologies will acquire all of the outstanding common shares of
Liqui-Box Corp. (Worthington OH).
–Stora Enso North America (Helsinki Finland) has formed a new Specialty Papers Business Group which will operate under the Packaging Boards Div.
Sato America (Sunnyvale CA) will relocate its corporate headquarters to Charlotte NC in Aug. 2002.
–All North American operations of DT Lasko/Merrill and DT Kalish (Montreal Quebec Canada) are being consolidated into DT Packaging Systems at a new facility in Leominster MA to open in June 2002.
–Agr*TopWave LLC (Butler PA) finalized an agreement to supply its thickness monitoring system to Krones AG (Neutraubling Germany).
–ID Technology Corp. (Fort Worth TX) has opened a Gulf Coast Regional Office servicing southern Texas Louisiana and Mississippi.
–Pratt Industries USA (New York NY) created a new div. that will focus on displays and fulfillment and will be known as Pratt Displays & Fulfillment.
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