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  • Q&A: Thermoformer sizes up big parts

    Issue: July 2016

    For Brian Ray, president of Ray Products Co. Inc., bolstering the company's capability to thermoform large parts is a way of honoring the legacy [more]

  • Q&A: A hands-on expert

    Issue: June 2016

    With thousands of screw designs to his credit, Timothy W. Womer is still going strong in a career that spans more than 40 years. He is the president of [more]

  • Q&A: Innovation that serves customers

    Issue: May 2016

    Werner Amsler is known in Canada as an innovator for his work in all-electric blow molding machines and was honored with the 2010 Canadian Plastics Industry [more]

  • Q&A: Fast, focused, flexible

    Tue, Mar 22, 2016

    It could be said that Ken Bullivant edged his way into the plastics industry. Having graduated from the University of Maryland in 1964 with a degree in [more]

  • Q&A: Keeping the Customer Satisfied

    Issue: March 2016

    Glenn Woodcock was retired for less than a year when he decided that his second act lay in starting and running his own company. That ambition became a [more]

  • Q&A: Businessman to the core

    Issue: February 2016

    Wolfgang Meyer started his plastics industry career more than 45 years ago in Germany, but for the past 35 years has held top jobs in the U.S. with Germany-based [more]

  • Q&A: Doing what 'can't be done'

    Issue: January 2016

    With more than 30 years in the industry, innovation, flexibility and perseverance have been cornerstones of success for George Braddon and the companies [more]

  • Q&A: For Rajkovich, it's a family affair

    Issue: December 2015

    Tom Rajkovich has always been interested in machinery — and he has a knack for it. Although he surprised himself with the 98 percent he scored in [more]

  • Q&A: Thermoforming: Chicago-style

    Issue: November 2015

    In the business world, who you know is often as important as what you know. For Paul V. Alongi, CEO and founder of Maac Machinery Corp., which makes heavy-gauge, [more]

  • Q&A: Klouda is a cut above the rest

    Issue: October 2015

    When Roger Klouda joined the family mold-making business, his first job was to polish an aluminum mold. "After one hour of polishing, I had created [more]