Join Shini USA at “NPE2018: The Plastics Show” in Orlando, Florida

Did you know? Shini USA will be in attendance at NPE2018: The Plastics Show! This industry-related conference will be taking place in Orlando, Florida May 7-11. Held every three years, this event is put on by the Plastics Industry Association and welcomes plastics professionals from more than 100 countries, all gathered to access and discuss the latest in plastics technology.
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Car Light Product Automation Equipment: A Shini Case Study

To better assist our customers, we like to highlight the variety of applications and benefits of utilizing Shini systems, as shown in several posts featured on our news page.

Let’s take a moment to examine another Shini application in this case study focused on a company which specializes in manufacturing automobile light parts.
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How China’s New Ban Could Affect Plastics Recycling Worldwide

China, the world’s largest importer and recycler of plastics, metals and paper, placed an import ban on a variety of scrap materials in July of 2017. This ban may significantly affect the plastics and recycling industries, considering the fact that almost half of America’s recycled material was exported to China in 2012.

To go into specifics, this ban (announced by China to the World Trade Organization) stated that the country would not allow imports on 24 different types of scrap by the end of 2017, going as far as calling the variety of materials “foreign garbage.”
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10 Ways Recycled Plastics Are Used in Construction

Construction from recycled plasticsThe construction industry has been with mankind for centuries. From building huts and pyramids to bridges and skyscrapers, construction work dates back to the BCE era and is still evolving rapidly today.

While technology continues to grow and expand, so does the demand for construction. A rise in single-family homes being built in 2017, for example, has increased the industry’s overall spend to maintain a consistent uptick.
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