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April 19, 2004
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PBM Plastics has announced the re-launch of its corporate website at

PBM Plastics has announced the re-launch of its corporate website at . The new website gives businesses streamlined information on PBM's patented Melt-Phase forming technology and offers potential customers free samples. "Melt-Phase technology offers customers a quantum leap in plastic container/liner production," said Adam Burke, PBM's president. "Whether you're looking at food, medical, industrial, consumer, or beverage applications, Melt-Phase provides opportunities you simply didn't have before. Now our website reflects that." The Melt-Phase forming process is a versatile, high volume production system capable of producing uniform, thin-wall, deep-draw, barrier or non-barrier containers. The system utilizes new patented plastics technology to create retortable plastic containers. These low-cost, flexible or rigid containers are ideal for any barrier or non-barrier packaging requirement. "The process brings together the advantages of traditional thermoforming and blow molding," said Burke, "and we believe it is the most economical and effective plastic container manufacturing system available today."

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