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Extrusion molding always produces excess plastic at the bottom and top of the mold, where the pressure and design of the mold dictates how much unneeded plastic in the parison is squeezed away from the body of the container. The excess plastic flows into flash pockets where it cools at a rate similar to the container body, so it can easily be removed from the mold with the part.Read More
Customer service is a top priority at Apex Plastics. We are as proud of that accomplishment as anything we do here.Read More
The blow-molded bottles and packaging containers industry is highly competitive and fragmented. At Apex Plastics, we survive and thrive in this demanding marketplace through our most important strategy: specialization.Read More
Apex Plastics made a significant investment this year by purchasing a Bekum H-155 Blow Molder with MTM Systems 2001D takeout and deflash down-line. Together,...Read More
Apex Plastics is proud to announce that, in December 2010, Apex's quality management system was independently audited and confirmed as being in conformity with...Read More
A Two-Year Tale About Teamwork Meet a few members of the Apex team: Ed Dobrzenski and Nick Hansen (sitting, left to right), and Damon Neff and Serenity Miller...Read More
Surviving &Thriving in Plastics How Apex Competes in a Fragmented Packaging Industry The blow-molded bottles and packaging containers industry is highly...Read More
Capacity Expands with New Top-Rated Press Apex Plastics recently added a larger-capacity blow molding machine to its production facility, significantly...Read More
Building Your Blow Mold: Considerations for Product Development and Production Costs Spurred by changing consumer demands, many of today’s high-volume markets...Read More

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