23 octobre 2015 ~ 0 Commentaire

Extruder Polymera closes

HEBRON, OHIO – Polymera Inc., a profile extruder and compounder of wood-plastic composite material, july 14 closed, laying off about 30 people.

The ongoing company was founded in 2010 2010 and began operations the next year in Hebron, about 25 kilometers of Columbus east, Ohio. Polymera management included several industry veterans with years of encounter from Crane Plastics Manufacturing Inc. of Columbus.

Polymera owner and President Maan Said did not return phone calls seeking comment.

After a tip that the business could be closed, a Plastics Information reporter stopped by the factory in a Hebron industrial park on July 28. Leading door was locked. No motor cars were found in the parking lot. Jason Staffan then, a laid-off plant worker, drove up in his pickup, trying to find a supervisor to sign his form to obtain unemployment compensation.

Staffan said the factory closed July 14. Said named an emotional meeting between the third and second shifts to announce the news, Staffan said.

Staffan had worked in Polymera for about one-and-a-half years, running extruders and pelletizers.

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