Relocations, expansions

—Doyen (Lakeland, FL) has established a holding company known as Doyen Group PLC, the overall holding company for Doyen’s five operations.

Brentwood Industries (Reading, PA) has begun construction on a new 200,000 sq' facility to house its Specialty Products Div.
Brentwood Industries (Reading, PA) has begun construction on a new 200,000 sq' facility to house its Specialty Products Div.

—Tekni-Films (Fairfield, NJ) has increased its presence in the calendered monolayer PVC films market for pharmaceuticals on a worldwide basis. —Great Lakes Corp. (Schiller Park, IL) has moved to 9511 W. River St., Schiller Park, IL, 60176-1019; phone: 847/678-3668, fax: 847/671-1592. —Cap Snap Water Equipment, a div. of Portola Packaging (San Jose, CA), has begun shipping orders from its newly consolidated operation in Pennsylvania. —Teklynx Intl. (Milwaukee, WI) has moved its North American headquarters to a new 10ꯠ sq’ facility located at 12000 W. Park Place, Milwaukee, WI 53224-3002; phone: 414/577-3900, fax: 414/577-3901. —Numatech Industries Inc. (Puslinch, Ontario, Canada) has opened Numation Southeast, LLC. —Air Packaging Technologies Inc. has acquired a third proprietary machine that will boost annual capacity by 67%. —A new company, Global ID Technologies (Attalens, Switzerland), was created from a joint venture between leading companies involved in identification technologies. —Intertape Polymer Group Inc. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is closing its Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container mfg. plant in Rayne, LA. —Alcan Inc. (Lehigh Valley, PA) will construct a pharmaceutical packaging facility in the Lehigh Valley Industrial Park in Bethlehem Township, PA. —Sun Chemical Corrugated Graphics Group (Northlake, IL) has changed its name to Sun Graphics. —Norwalt Design Inc. (Randolph, NJ) has expanded its operation to accommodate an increased customer base, increased work flow volume and machine capacity requirements. —Nanjing Yangzi Eastman Chemical Ltd. (Kingsport, TN) has begun production of Eastotac hydrocarbon tackifying resins for the adhesives market. —Crown Cork & Seal Co., Inc. (Philadelphia, PA) has expanded the capacity of its can-shaping facilities with the development of an $8 million high-speed rotary can-shaping machine. —Cortec Corp. (Farmington, CT) has upgraded its customer evaluation lab in that city to incorporate new electrode configurations and treatment system concepts and processes. —Chromas Technologies (Boucherville, Quebec, Canada) has opened a sales office in Guadalajara, Mexico. —Nacen Products Ltd., the Canadian subsidiary of National Starch and Chemical Co. (Bridgewater, NJ) announced that prices for specialty adhesives sold in Canada will increase by at least 6% as of Feb. 2001. —AIM Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA) has opened a new Asia/Pacific regional support center in Hong Kong, China.

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