July 2012

Currier Plastics adds two additional Aoki Injection Stretch Blow Molding Machines

Auburn, NY. Currier Plastics is adding 2 more Aoki’s to their facility, bringing the current total to 6 Injection Stretch Blow Molding (ISBM) machines.  The future looks bright for the ISBM technology as the demand increases for Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a plastic resin that produces glass-like qualities when processed.  The purchase of the new machines by …
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May 2012

Next Generation of Cap Closing at Currier Plastics

Auburn, NY    Currier Plastics has been designing  high cavitation cap molds for decades and like many other custom molders, have used the most popular mold closing technologies in the industry.  Each custom program however presents new challenges. “As our cap/lid mold cavitation increased in size, we had to consider expanding our closing systems.  Because of …
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May 2012

New Investment – 3D Printing Technology

Auburn, NY  Currier Plastics has added a 3D printer to use in their design department for part engineering development.  In a statement released by Gary Kieffer, VP of New Product Development, “We look forward to enhancing our V² philosophy by bringing  our 3D electronic Designs to a 3D tangible sample for both internal and external …
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May 2012

Expanding Manufacturing Operations in Central New York

$1.75 million in state resources leverages $20 million private investment to create & retain 150 local jobs & infuse Upstate Community with $50 million in payroll to spur economic growth Albany, NY (May 8, 2012) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Currier Plastics, Inc., an award winning design, custom blow molding and custom injection …
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April 2012

Currier Plastics Increases Blow Molding Capacity

Auburn, NY Currier Plastics has recently added three Automa extrusion blow molding machines. They have added (2) AT400D and (1) AT700D machines that feature in-process trimming capabilities (dome, moil, tail and handle punch out) increasing their overall blow molding capacity. These new investments are valued at $ 1.75 million and significantly increases the custom molder’s …
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July 2011

Currier Plastics Introduces a Unique Business Philosophy

Auburn, NY  Currier Plastics has released a new V² logo (pronounced V Squared) that better describes their philosophy as a company. V² = Value x Velocity and is defined by the following statement: Currier Plastics is driven to provide two elements of outstanding capabilities to our customers; speed or true velocity in everything we do …
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June 2011

Exciting Time for the Future of Herman Avenue Second Graders

Auburn, NY It is that time of year again for the visit from Herman Ave 2nd Grade Class to see what Auburn has to offer in technology at local manufacturer Currier Plastics. “Herman Avenue second graders have been visiting Currier Plastics for about 15 years now,” said John Currier, President of Currier Plastics, “and my …
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February 2011

Adding Two Additional Aoki ISBM Lines

Auburn, NY Currier Plastics is planning for the arrival of 2 additional Aoki ISBM (Injection Stretch Blow Molding) machines during the first half of 2011.  Currier Plastics has been processing with Aoki ISBM’s since 2009.  This will make a total of 4 ISBM machines at the Auburn, NY facility. In the plastics molding industry, it’s …
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January 2011

Welcoming More Negri Bossi Injection Molding Machines

Auburn, NY. Currier Plastics has invested in another 400 ton Negri Bossi injection molding machine, complete with full automation.  The addition of the 3 new Negri Bossi machines aid Currier’s growing processing capabilities in the cap and closure market. This is a total investment of approximately $1 million for these 3 systems. The decision to …
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December 2010

New Investment – Accelerated Testing System in Quality Lab

Auburn, NY Currier Plastics, Inc continues to make investments in the latest technology, this time in their Quality Lab.  The newest addition is the Quincy Lab Incubator. “Accelerated testing in the QA lab has become more common place in recent years. We are partnering with our customers to investigate new applications using plastics and we are …
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