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Mavrix Welding Automation ,
Posted on December 20th, 2011 No comments
Left to right: Lee Edwards, CEO, Virent; Patrick Gruber, CEO, Gevo Inc.; Rick Frazier, vice president, commercial product supply, The Coca-Cola Co.; and Tom van Aken, CEO, Avantium The Coca-Cola Co., headquartered in Atlanta, has signed multi-million dollar partnership agreements with three biotechnology companies that the company says will accelerate the development of the its PlantBottle packaging, which is made from plant-based materials. The effort to commercialize a plastic bottle made entirely from plants builds on Coca-Cola’s introduction and roll-out of its first generation PlantBottle package, which the company says is the first recyclable PET beverage bottle made partially from plants. Since being introduced in 2009, the company has distributed more than 10 billion PlantBottle packages in 20 countries.
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Coca-Cola Signs Agreement to Boost PlantBottle Packaging
Posted on September 1st, 2011 No comments
Brilex Industries, Inc. , Youngstown, Ohio, has purchased Faro Measurement technology to be used on the company’s shop floor. Brian Benyo, Brilex’s president, says, “The ability to measure complex geometry in a quick and accurate fashion, anywhere on the shop floor, makes this technology far superior to having a CMM.
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Brilex Invests in Faro Measurement Devices and Software
Posted on August 31st, 2011 No comments
After four months of renovations, HSM GmbH + Co. KG , Frickingen,Germany, has opened a new visitors’ and training center, which includes a 500-square-foot exhibition space
HSM Opens New Visitors’ and Training Center
Posted on January 6th, 2011 No comments
American servicemen and women may be overly exposed to the threat of identity theft because they are often required to give out personal information such as Social Security numbers in their work, a report by the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York says.
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Report: U.S. troops likely victims of identity theft