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Americhem expands manufacturing capacity at its global opts
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Americhem, a leading provider of technology solutions to manufacturers of polymer-based products, enters 2008 with an evolved brand image and newly remodeled headquarters, featuring a state-of-the-art Research & Development facility. But that's just the beginning -- the company is increasing service offerings and expanding manufacturing capacity at its global locations.

Americhem's network of manufacturing facilities is located throughout North America, in addition to Manchester, UK and Suzhou, China. This allows the company to offer outstanding localized service throughout the world, even for multi-national companies. Americhem's focus on color and additive solutions for select industries leads to an intimate understanding of client needs.

"We have chosen to focus on our competencies in select industries," says Richard Juve, President and Chief Executive Officer of Americhem. "By further developing our service offerings and manufacturing capability, we are becoming more deeply ingrained in our clients' businesses. Most of our clients consider us a vital part of their organization -- just like an extra department of specialists working for them. Through outstanding technical field and client service, we truly know our clients' businesses from the inside out."

Americhem's areas of expertise include the following industries: Building Products, Automotive & Transportation, Synthetic Fibers, Packaging & Containers, Film & Sheet, and Engineering Resins. "By listening to our clients and being in tune with their needs, we are able to bring several operational and service advantages to the table," commented Juve.


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