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The FLiP Files: Dean Dodaro
The FLiP Files: Dean Dodaro
The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in PLASTICS'�Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40. �For our next FLiP File, we spoke to Dean Dodaro, Sales Engineer/IS...
PLASTICS Submits NAFTA Comments to Administration
PLASTICS Submits NAFTA Comments to Administration
Written comments by PLASTICS were among over 12,000 submissions to the office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) on negotiating objectives regarding the modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In the comments, PLASTICS su...
PLASTICS Bolsters Sustainability Practice
PLASTICS Bolsters Sustainability Practice
The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) launched a Sustainability Advisory Board today, which will include members who represent the association�s key councils and committees.
PERCspective on Key Sources of Plastics Demand, Likely to Remain Stable This Year
PERCspective on Key Sources of Plastics Demand, Likely to Remain Stable This Year
Construction and manufacturing are two key sources of demand for the plastics industry. As the most recent data suggest a positive outlook for these sectors, they suggest a similarly positive outlook for demand in plastics.
President Trump Proposes Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
President Trump Proposes Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
Surprising everyone�including his staff, Capitol Hill, the business community and the steel and aluminum industries�President Donald Trump recently suggested that he would unilaterally impose a 25-percent tariff on imported steel and a 10-percent tarif...
Ways and Means Committee Member Visits Steinwall Inc.
Ways and Means Committee Member Visits Steinwall Inc.
Representative Erik Paulsen (R-MN-3) visited PLASTICS member Steinwall Inc., a custom thermoplastic injection molder, in Coon Rapids, Minnesota on March 13. Rep. Paulsen is serving in his fifth term in Congress and sits on the House Ways and Means Comm...