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Hebron-based Polymera now has a fully automated manufacturing system in place at its 160,000 square-foot plant for wood/natural fiber composite compounds, officials said in a Jan. 12 news release. Wood plastic composite

“Polymera is addressing a need for WPC compound that simply has not been available in the industry until now,” Vice President Herb Hutchison said in the release.

Polymera’s products include Merablend, a wood/natural fiber polymer composite material for injection molding, extrusion and compression molding applications. The firm can supply composites in compounds or in extruded profiles sold under the Merawood brand name.

Michigan Firms end legal dispute over wood - plastic compounds, Plastics News, February 2011...The solution: RheTech and IPM have agreed that Joyce is the inventor and that the technology covered by the patent will be jointly owned by both companies. “Moving forward, both RheTech and IPM will manage opportunities regarding this technology independently of each other,” the companies said in a joint statement. Wood plastic composite floor

The companies said the agreement will let them make better use of their worldwide factory network to tailor products to specific markets. Battenfeld-Cincinnati has factories in Austria, China, Germany, and the United States, and Kabra in India.

“We have the possibility to combine European equipment with Chinese equipment with Indian equipment, depending on what the customer preference is in a certain part of the world,” said Walter Haeder, managing director of Battenfeld-Cincinnati’s infrastructure division in Vienna, Austria, in an interview at PlastIndia. “It gives us a unique global manufacturing footprint… which nobody else in our industry has.”

The companies said they want to both increase sales in India and increase the range of more economical versions of Battenfeld-Cincinnati equipment available globally, including in other emerging markets.

Kabra could previously build some Battenfeld equipment at its factories in Daman, India, and this agreement essentially adds equipment from the former Cincinnati Extrusion before it combined with Battenfeld in 2010, said Anand Kabra, director of Mumbai-based KET. Wood plastic composite decking

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