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WWP Increases Tubes Division with Equipment

November 30, -0001

World Wide Packaging, LLC is adding 17 tubing and printing machines to expand and improve its capabilities for its plastic tubes division. According to Barry Freda, company president, World Wide Packaging’s plastic tubes business has grown by more than 300% each year for three years in a row. The expansion of its tubes division is designed to support the growing demand for its innovative tubes.

According to WWP, the company’s new tubing equipment includes:
• A new in-line six color silk screen machine and a new in-line eight color offset printing line that offer the tightest print tolerance from color to color in the industry;
• A new high-speed, five layer co-extrusion tube line that has built-in safeguards to monitor wall thickness on every plastic tube WWP produces;
• Six new heading machines and four new capping machines for enhanced head and cap designs; and
• Four new hot stamping machines.

More info: www.wwpinc.com
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