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Premix opens first North American compounding facility

Premix Oy : 20 November, 2006  (Company News)
Premix Thermoplastics, Inc. a specialty compounder of electrically conductive thermoplastics, announces the opening of its first North American manufacturing facility in Milton WI. Premix Thermoplastics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Premix Oy of Finland, a leader in conductive plastics technology in Europe. The 25,000 sq. ft. facility will have three compounding lines in operation by the end of 2003 with a capacity of over 5,000,000 lbs. In addition to production, the facility will also have development and sampling capabilities with a complete test laboratory.
Premix Thermoplastics, Inc. a specialty compounder of electrically conductive thermoplastics, announces the opening of its first North American manufacturing facility in Milton WI. Premix Thermoplastics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Premix Oy of Finland, a leader in conductive plastics technology in Europe. The 25,000 sq. ft. facility will have three compounding lines in operation by the end of 2003 with a capacity of over 5,000,000 lbs. In addition to production, the facility will also have development and sampling capabilities with a complete test laboratory.

Premix formulates its compounds utilizing most of the commercially available thermoplastic resins and all of the electrically conductive additives including: carbon black, carbon fibers, nickel coated carbon fibers, stainless steel fibers, metal flake and powders, inherently dissipative polymers and inherently conductive polymers. Premix can custom formulate electrically conductive compounds for a wide range of applications including: thermoplastic elastomers, polyolefins, styrenics or engineering polymers.

For more information, please contact Steven Kidd at 1-888-284-3304 or salespremixthermoplastics.com
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