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Archive for December, 2018

Chase Plastics, Dow bring good works to holiday season

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Chase Plastics and the Dow Chemical Co. are doing their part to make the holidays a little brighter.

Chase, a resin distribution firm based in Clarkston, Mich., recently made gifts of $1,000 each to three charities as part of the firm’s Giving Card Campaign.Originally, Chase had planned to make a single donation, officials said, but eventually found three deserving charities. Donations were made to:

• Operation Underground Railroad, a non-profit that assists governments around the world in the rescue of human trafficking and sex trafficking victims with a special focus on children.

• Thumb Area Helping Hands, which this year helped almost 100 families in need of items ranging from household items to Christmas dinner.

• Folds of Honor, which provides scholarships to family of military members who have been killed in the line of duty.

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Chase Plastics partners with Interfacial on resin solutions

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Resin distributor Chase Plastics (Clarkson, MI, US) announced Dec. 6 the formation of a new supplier partnership with Interfacial (River Falls, WI, US), a company focused on the development and commercialization of technology platforms relating to advanced materials and manufacturing processes for the plastics and composites industry.

The new venture focuses on exploring the ability to create and develop custom materials — including sustainable materials, advanced composites and specialty compounds — to fill the void where there may not be an existing material solution.

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