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Profitable growth is critical for the long term success of any company. So, what steps can you take to ensure that you’re growing profitably? The road to profitable growth starts with a comprehensive strategy. Growth is a process that requires assessment of current conditions, development and implementation of a plan, and regular adjustments. First, you […]

Having the right people is the foundation of success for any organization. However, in the current environment finding these critical resources is a significant challenge for manufacturers. According to the Manufacturing Institute, 80 percent of manufacturing executives report a moderate to severe shortage of highly skilled workers. Ohio is fortunate to have strong network of […]

Don’t miss your chance to be part of history! The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) is holding their inaugural meeting June 17 -18, 2015 in Knoxville, TN. The IACMI was launched in January 2015 with a formal announcement from the President of the United States.. According to the press release, IACMI is “a […]

What’s In This Month’s Roundup? Are you interested in how GM is changing parts-buying? Wondering how oil is impacting resin prices? Curious about emerging trends in thermoforming? This month’s roundup features these topics and more. Pricing and Market Trends North American Resin prices remain unpredictable, despite the fact that oil prices have leveled off slightly. […]

OBIC Director, Dennis Hall discusses PLA with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack. Bio-based resins are evolving rapidly. As concern over conventional plastics gains momentum and sustainability becomes a larger focus for manufacturers, bio-resin development is surging. As a result, more renewable bio-composites are being pushed into the resin stream creating a growing opportunity for […]

The development of North American shale gas has led to a number of ethane cracker project announcement in North America. However, recent news about the construction of ethane crackers is mixed. Petrochemical Company Braskem SA, is going to re-evaluate their plans to build a multi-billion dollar ethane cracker complex in West Virginia on hold. The […]

What’s In This Month’s Roundup? Are you interested in a Terminator-inspired 3D printing process? Want to know how the Panama Canal expansion will affect exports? Wondering what keeps the plastics industry up at night? This month’s roundup features these topics and more. Pricing and Market Trends Construction growth signals good news for the plastics industry […]

PolymerOhio recently supported the European study, Integration of Key Enabling Technologies – Industry Recommendations, completed by the EU-Knights. Virginie Pozo spearheaded PolymerOhio’s involvement in the study by leveraging her European connections with the French Plastics Association. We provided an analysis of the Ohio polymer industry, as a representative sampling of North America, to give some […]

We are pleased to announce that Virginie Pozo is joining PolymerOhio as a Program Manager. Virginie has been working with us for the last year as an intern, but now has transitioned to a full time resource. She has a Master’s Degree in Polymers and Plastic Processing from ITECH in Lyon France. Virginie has established […]

Advanced manufacturing in Ohio was celebrated today at the annual Ohio Edison Technology Centers’ Legislative Briefing held at the Ohio Statehouse. During the briefing, five Ohio manufacturers were recognized for their work in developing and deploying technology, with the assistance of Ohio’s Edison Technology Centers, resulting in business growth and new employment opportunities. During the […]

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