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Plastics Color Corporation Expands Into California
Date:5/9/2010

;We want to be able to service our growing number of west coast customers with the same capabilities currently available from our Asheboro and Calumet City facilities.”

“We already own the building and have hired the people who will operate this facility,” said Borgsdorf, “so we’ll be able to get up and running quickly. We have ordered two twin-screw extruders and the ancillary machinery and our personnel are training in Asheboro. With the addition of our California plant we hope to become the industry’s leading clean compounding company.” Borgsdorf expects the plant to open this fall.

About Plastics Color Corporation:
Plastics Color Corporation sets the standard for providing color concentrates and color additive masterbatches to the plastics industry. Headquartered in Calumet City, Illinois, the global provider of colorants for plastics meets the specific needs of manufacturers in a broad array of manufacturing markets, from pharmaceuticals to medical devices to sporting goods. PCC supports a wide variety of processes, materials and additive packages, including polymer additives, plastic color pigments and thermoplastic compounds.

Partnering with customers to meet specific challenges — whether it’s working with a color modifier or a blowing agent — sets PCC apart from commodity vendors. With more than 40 years of experience, PCC, an ISO 9001:2000 registered corporation, also prides itself on its “Pyramid of Partnership,” which draws together vendors, customers and associates to share the latest information and technology while continually improving as a global team. PCC operates fully equipped laboratories in Illinois and North Carolina, as well as a plant in Nanjing, China, as part of its commitment to the customer. It supports R&D efforts that help customers remain at the forefront of the “plastics evolution.” For more information contact
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