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SPE Detroit: Chase Plastics now authorized distributor of Jabil Engineered Materials

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SPE DETROIT, March 2019

Forming a new, unique partnership with Jabil, Chase Plastics is now an authorized distributor for Jabil Engineered Materials, the line of engineered materials for additive manufacturing designed to improve the performance, durability, and tolerance of 3D printed production parts. The benefits are far-reaching — and exponentially valuable — giving customers advantages in costs, prototyping, quality control, validation and, ultimately, production.

“By partnering with Jabil, we are broadening our portfolio with high-quality materials for 3D printing to help our customers focus on driving productivity and reducing costs,” said Chase Plastics’ Vice President, Adam Paulson. “The fact that Jabil chose Chase Plastics as a distributor because of our reputation of service, technical expertise and professionalism is an incredible opportunity in which we are both honored and excited.”

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Chase expands line card with Sabic, Jabil deals

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Resin distributor Chase Plastics has expanded its line card twice so far in 2019.

In January, Clarkston, Mich.-based Chase began offering specialty engineering resins from Saudi Basic Industries Inc. and 3D filaments from Jabil Inc. to its customers.

Chase now offers Sabic’s full line of specialty resins, including Noryl-brand PPO/PPE, Ultem-brand polyetherimide, LNP-brand compounds and copolymers and polycarbonate-based, high performance copolymers. The partnership covers the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Chase Plastics’ primary focus for the Sabic materials has been on introductions and orientation to programs in process with select customers. The firm’s sales reps also have access to Sabic’s global application design and testing resources.

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