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Concerning signs for the future of plastics processing

October 21, 2019 In The News 4 min read
Authors:
Greg Alonso
Are there signs of trouble ahead for the plastics industry? Greg Alonso shares his thoughts.
A man and woman standing in a factory wearing hard hats and reading an iPadThe results of Plante's Moran 2019 North American Plastics Industry Study (NAPIS) may show signs of concern for the future of plastics processing. Greg Alonso, a management consulting principal at Plante Moran, discusses why plastics processing plants may be seeing a decline in gross profits and how processors can position for growth.

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