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A Leominster plastics maker has been selected as the manufacturer of a collection of environmentally-friendly single use cutlery for the in-store cafes of a major U.S. organic grocery chain. Waltham-based sustainable consumer products company Preserve selected UrthPact LLC of Leominster to manufacture the cutlery, which will be made from recycled...

Worcester Business Journal

 •  December 6, 2016

Courtesy Photo Mayhew Basque Plastics of Leominster will open a new production and distribution center in Westminster that will create 45 jobs with the potential for more. The information was disseminated in an announcement Monday of a 131,871 square-foot lease. The lease, from Hackman Capital Partners and Calare Properties, will take place at...

Worcester Business Journal

 •  October 18, 2016

A Charlton company specializing in micro-injecting molding for the medical device industry is the first company of its kind in the world to achieve a medical device supply chain quality certification, after it successfully completed a pilot audit. MTD Micro Molding announced last week it received MedAccred certification, an industry-managed,...

Worcester Business Journal

 •  July 26, 2016

Contributed photo Built-Rite Tool & Die, Inc. was established in 1987 and has been under the current management and ownership since 1999. The Lancaster company specializing in plastic design, molding, manufacturing and processing has two divisions – Reliance Engineering and LSR Engineering. All totalled, the company employs 85. Craig Bovaird, owner...

Worcester Business Journal

 •  March 25, 2012

There are three game-changing trends happening in the plastics manufacturing industry, and companies would be wise to stay on top of all of them, according to Michael McGee, director of technology at Nypro Inc.
Those trends are nanotechnology, sustainability and bio-based coatings and materials, McGee told an audience at the MassPlastics 2011 ...