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Aurora Plastics Announces Acquisition of S&E Specialty Polymers

Aurora Plastics, LLC, a leader in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) compounds, announced today the acquisition of compounder S&E Specialty Polymers of Lunenburg, Massachusetts. The move marks Aurora Plastics’ second acquisition this year and represents the company’s initial expansion into thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) and further expansion into the company’s flexible PVC capabilities. S&E builds on Aurora Plastics’ ongoing commitment to offering the highest quality PVC products in the industry, backed by …

postS&E to Exhibit at IWCS Show in Providence

S&E to Exhibit at IWCS Show in Providence

Come see us at booth 230 to see the latest advances in this industry and to discuss how S&E may best be able to suit your needs!

S&E Specialty Polymers will be exhibiting at the upcoming 65th annual IWCS 2016 International Cable & Connectivity Symposium in Providence. The event will take place from Sunday, October 2, through Wednesday, October 5, at the Rhode Island Convention Center,…

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New ‘Universal TPE’ Polymer Compounds Survive in Harsh Environments

S&E Specialty Polymers has announced the launch of a new family of ‘Universal TPE’ compounds.  These compounds, which come under the company’s TufFlex™, TufFill™ and TufPrene™ brands, are specifically designed to survive the harshest environments for Wire and Cable Industry applications.

These new compounds represent S&E’s continued emphasis on R&D, a commitment by the company to work closely with its customers to provide unique compound formulations that actually exceed the performance ch…

postNew Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Compounds for Wire & Cable and Other Applications

New Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) Compounds for Wire & Cable and Other Applications

After several years of extensive research and development, S&E Specialty Polymers has introduced six new thermoplastic and thermoset CPE-based compounds. These compounds cover the majority of wire & cable industry needs, and are excellent candidates for the replacement of many engineering type polymers and rubber due to exceptional chemical and heat resistance, a wide range of continuous temperature use (from -50 C – 105 C), as well as other properties.

The new S&E TufTechTM and TufGuardTM CPE compounds c…

postS&E Specialty Polymers Recognized by Compounding World

S&E Specialty Polymers Recognized by Compounding World

S&E had been invited by Compounding World to submit detailed information on their company for consideration, and after reviewing it the Compounding World editorial team elected to award S&E with inclusion in the October issue.

Among the highlights of S&E’s ‘Compounder of the Month’ feature was mention of the company’s six production lines, including the recent capital investment in a new, state-of-the-line ENTEK 53mm co-rotating twin-screw extruder and associated auxiliary equipment, which raised t…

postS&E Hires Polymer Sales Veteran Mark Garretson as Regional Sales Manager

S&E Hires Polymer Sales Veteran Mark Garretson as Regional Sales Manager

S&E Specialty Polymers LLC, a leading producer of specialty plastic compounds, has expanded its sales department with the hiring of Mark Garretson as Regional Sales Manager.…

postS&E to Exhibit at IWCS Show in Atlanta

S&E to Exhibit at IWCS Show in Atlanta

S&E Specialty Polymers will be exhibiting at the upcoming 64th annual IWCS 2015 International Cable & Connectivity Symposium in Atlanta. The event will take place from Monday, October 5, through Thursday, October 8, at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel, located at 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303.

The IWCS also includes a Suppliers Exhibition as a two-day event, on Tuesday, October 6, and Wednesday, October 7. Many of the industry’s most important suppliers will be exhibiting, and S&E, being a leader i…

postThird Annual Golf Tournament Raises $24,000 for Life Is Good Playmakers Organization

Third Annual Golf Tournament Raises $24,000 for Life Is Good Playmakers Organization

S&E Specialty Polymers LLC, a leading producer of specialty plastic compounds, recently sponsored its third annual charity golf tournament on July 20, 2015 at the Sterling National Country Club in Sterling, MA in support of Life is good Playmakers, the nonprofit action arm of The Life is good Company. The annual tournament, called ‘Play Fore Playmakers,’ was a resounding success and all profits from registrations, donations and sponsorships have been donated directly to the Playmakers organization.

On August 20, Du…

postCustom Polymer Developed for Use In Swim Dive Fin for Amputees

Custom Polymer Developed for Use In Swim Dive Fin for Amputees

S&E Specialty Polymers LLC, a leading producer of specialty plastic compounds, has recently partnered with Amp Fins, LLC of Maine, a company that has developed a new patent-pending swim dive fin designed specifically for amputees called Amp Fin™.

The initial mold concept for a swim dive fin fin would allow an amputee to swim as well or better than someone with their natural limb. The founders of Amp Fins, LLC had 7 years of design changes before they were happy with the performance of their product. Amp Fins, LLC filed for a pate…

postS&E to Host 3rd Annual Play Fore Playmakers Charity Golf Tournament

S&E to Host 3rd Annual Play Fore Playmakers Charity Golf Tournament

Tournament to be held July 20, 2015 at the Sterling National Country Club in Sterling, MA

For the 3rd consecutive year, S&E Specialty Polymers is preparing to host their Play Fore Playmakers charity golf tournament to support the Life is good Playmakers organization. Last year’s event was a huge success, raising over $20,000 dollars for the cause. This year already promises to match the success of last years, with most of the golfing pairings already filled. A silent auction has again been planned, as well as a raffle with num…

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