Ben Harp at Polymer Conversions was stumped on rising premium costs for health care for his employees. So he took on the health care industry. And won.
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Plastics additive maker Carolina Color has a unusual workforce pipeline: the local prison. Two-thirds of its factory employees are former inmates. We look at how that both helps the company's bottom l...Show More
After several years of increased sales, Hansen Plastics Corp. in Elgin, Ill., decided they weren't getting enough profit out of the new sales. So the company decided to do a deep dive into lean manufa...Show More
Can apprenticeships that mix on-the-job-training and college can create a pipeline of skilled workers? We visit several North Carolina plastics firms that say yes. . And we see how apprenticeship advo...Show More
At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, several companies discussed the automotive interior of the future. In this month’s Plastics News Radio, we examine plastics’ role in the futur...Show More
The CEO of the Plastics Industry Association says the Trump administration will be ‘much more business friendly.’ But talk of tearing up trade deals is a concern. And we discuss the President’s habit ...Show More
Seisa Group wants to build a medical manufacturing base on the border city of Juarez, Mexico. The company's president talks about the vision of a medical device manufacturing cluster in El Paso/Juarez...Show More
The world's largest plastics trade show recently concluded, and Steve Toloken goes inside K 2016 to see what's on the mind of attendees, exhibitors and Engel Machinery's outgoing CEO Peter Neumann.