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After rebuilding company, Gloucester Engineering expands die rebuilding operations

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 | Permalink

You could say 2010 was a pretty pivotal year for Gloucester Engineering Co. (GEC). The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy that year, only to emerge from it after an investment by New York private equity firm Blue Wolf Capital Partners , which is currently a majority stakeholder in the company.  Now in its 52nd year, GEC recently expanded its blown film machinery die rebuilding offerings due to an increased demand for the service. read more

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Newly formed Exopack sets its sights on Berry, Bemis and Amcor as a technologically and geographically diverse alternative

Monday, May 6th, 2013 | Permalink

Scott Edwards, managing director at Sun Capital Partners , said that the timing was right to form the sixth-largest plastic packaging company in the world. “We felt there was tremendous opportunity to bring together the organizations and better serve a global customer base,” he told PlasticsToday . “These businesses fit together, serving either flexible or rigid packaging, and many serve the same customers.” Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  plastics packaging flexible rigid Exopack read more

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Portola Packaging continues growth path for beverages closures business

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 | Permalink

Plastic closure maker Portola Packaging recently announced a $12 million capital expenditure in its Kingsport, TN and Tolleson, AZ facilities. The company said the investment is being made to accommodate growing market demand for its hot-fill and aseptic beverage closures and increased dairy business market share. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  plastics packaging portola packaging closures compression molding read more

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Wind farm stirs breeze for ailing town – Spokesman.com – Oct. 5, 2012

Friday, October 5th, 2012 | Permalink

Romney, a former private equity executive, backed tax breaks for film makers and biotech and medical-device manufacturers. His administration promoted venture capital-style funds that extended loans to start-up companies, …

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Continua Alliance to help Denmark with telemedicine standards …

Friday, August 17th, 2012 | Permalink

… and hospital beds are saved. With close telemedical supervision the professional hospital staff can detect early if the condition is worsening in a patient in their living room. It can prevent costly hospitalizations.” Eric Wicklund. Editor of mHIMSS. org … PwC: Medical device industry sees waning venture capital · Data analytics poised for … Follow Healthcare IT News on TwitterFan Healthcare IT News on FacebookJoin Healthcare IT News on LinkedIn RSS Subscriptions …

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