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P&G joins forces to commercialize a PP preform for stretch blow molding

September 13/2010

(PackWorld) -- P&G teams up with an innovative resin supplier and a specialist in high-performance packaging to commercialize a PP preform for stretch blow molding.


A breakthrough in injection stretch blow molding technology (ISBM) lies behind the recent introduction of a new laundry product from Procter & Gamble. Introduced first in Europe under the P&G Ariel brand and a few months later in the U.S. under the P&G Tide brand, the new bottles are significant because theyre stretch blow molded from preforms that are injection molded from polypropylene, a resin not usually associated with reheating and blowing preforms. Previously, preforms used in ISBM have almost always been made of PET.

 

You can discuss that with P&G top management at "Russian Polymer Summit - 2010" international conference organized by ICIS and MRC. For more information please refer to http://www.polymersummit.ru/ official Summit web page.

 

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