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M&H Plastics Opens First U.S. Moldng Plant

November 22, 2005

M&H Plastics (UK) opened a blow molding and decorating plant in Winchester, VA. The 65,000-square foot facility is the first U.S. manufacturing facility for the company. The facility, which produces a variety of HDPE, COEX and PVC bottles, plans to expand its operations to include manufacturing PETG and PETE bottles. M&H USA also offers in-house silkscreen decorating to customers who require complete turnkey service.
“M&H Plastics has long been recognized as a leading producer of plastic bottles for the personal and beauty care market in the UK and Europe,” commented Alex Piagnarelli, vice president of sales and marketing for M&H Plastics. “Now the U.S. marketplace will be able to take advantage of the creativity and innovation that has made M&H one of the premier suppliers in the industry.”
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