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News from Plasticstar

Mar 29 2018
It is very common for news agencies to pick up news such as the PolyOne and Integral pres release and re-write them, which is the case here.

We are very pleased that they regularly do this.

PolyOne Exec's Visit Detroit for Familiarization on Electriplast Applications

Mar 28 2018
Recently several of the PolyOne Executive team leaders came to our Tech Center in Canton, MI for a multi day meeting/training/strategy session.  There was much discussion and training regarding shielding applications. 

We were very impressed with their level of commitment and how quickly they responded.   There was an excellent chemistry between PolyOne and our engineering team.  These were members from Sales, Marketing and Technology groups all represented.planning more training sessions in the future for more of their domestic and international team leaders of the company.

We are planning training sessions in the future for more of their domestic and international team leaders of the company.

Shortage of Lithium and Cobalt?

Mar 24 2018
In a continuation of our March 14 exploration into a shortage of Lithium and Cobalt for Li-ion batteries we offer more insight.

Contrary to the less informed few who tout abundance of these materials, there is a shortage of both Lithium and Cobalt.  Dramatically increasing prices in these resources is not usually a signal of a glut in supply.  To the contrary, with only limited mines worldwide supplying these resources, and being controlled by just a few major players, it is a sellers market.  And with every new mine started today, it takes 30-35 years for each mine to reach optimum capacity to produce these resources.

Every company with skin in the Li-ion battery game is jockeying for position to absorb the production.  If it were laying on the surface and there was plenty to go around, prices would naturally be going down.

We offer this additional piece of research as further evidence.  We hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

The Outlook for Battery Technologies

Mar 20 2018
Now more than ever battery technologies are being studied and written about.  This are very interesting articles.  We hope you find them of interest as we do.

There is the potential for 48V batteries to meet the needs of short term storage utilizing the Electriplast plate.

More news from PolyOne is good news for Integral!

Mar 16 2018
We found these articles to be of interest, we hope you do too.
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