Plastics Sample Clauses

Plastics. A minimum of 15% will be allowed off at any one time per shift based on seniority.
Plastics. Cerus understands that significant testing costs may be required for the qualification and submission of potential changes described in Section 2.2(e). Cerus agrees to fully fund any qualification and validation work required specifically for use of plastics in the Manufactured Products. Fenwal will fund the generic qualification and validation work that would be required for material changes required for use of such plastics in Fenwal products.
Plastics. Cerus understands that Fenwal may receive, from time-to-time, “Supplier Notice of Changenotifications from Baxter for any of the formulations for the key plastics used in the Platelet and Plasma Sets manufactured by Baxter. No such changes, however, shall cause the Manufactured Products to fail to meet any regulatory requirements. Additionally, Cerus reserves any and all rights, and remedies it may have against Baxter, for such plastics under the Original Supply Agreement. Allocation of costs for such changes is further described in Section 4.4(e). [*] = CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT, MARKED BY BRACKETS, HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO RULE 24b-2 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED.
Plastics. 1.1 EMBOSSING. (excluding plastics and postage/delivery) Includes: [*]
Plastics. ADD COLLECTION• Due to high volume/market revenue• Plastics can be separated into any of the following categories as is feasible for the Town (this can change over time as the facility grows)• 1 category -1-7 plastics (48 bales to trailer load or 24 bales with another community to make a trailer load thru NRRA); lowest revenue/most simple for residents/staff• 2 categories - #1 PET (soda/water), #2 HDPE Natural (milk jugs) and #2 HDPE MC (Tide bottles) combined in one bale a.k.a. an HDPE “Z” bale; next highest revenue/ less simple for residents/staff• 3 categories - #1 PET (soda/water), #2 HDPE Natural (milk jugs), and #2 HDPE MC (Tide bottles); next highest revenue/ less simple for residents/staff• 4 categories - #1 PET (soda/water), #2 HDPE Natural (milk jugs), #2 HDPE MC (Tide bottles) and #5 PP; highest revenue/ less simple for residents/staff
Plastics including packaging)
Plastics. During fiscal year 1999, the Company combined its existing plastics business, which consisted of concentrates and compounds, with a portion of the special blacks category of the Company's carbon black business. The Company's plastics segment now markets carbon black, and produces and markets black and white thermoplastic concentrates and specialty compounds, to the plastics industry. Major applications for the materials produced and sold by the Company's plastics business include pipe and tubing, packaging and agricultural film, automotive components, cable sheathing and special packaging for use in the electronics industry. Customers use the carbon black marketed by the plastics business to provide color, UV protection, electrical conductivity and opacity in plastics. Sales are made under various Cabot trademarks, each of which is either registered or pending in one or more countries (see "General" below). Sales are made by Company employees and through sales representatives and distributors primarily in Europe (concentrates, compounds and carbon black), North America (carbon black) and Asia (concentrates, compounds and carbon black). The thermoplastic concentrates and compounds sold are produced in Company facilities in Europe and Hong Kong. The carbon black sold is produced in Company facilities in Europe, North America and Asia. The plastics business is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium. In Europe, the Company is one of the five leading producers of thermoplastic concentrates. Other than carbon black feedstock, the primary raw materials used in this business are titanium dioxide, thermoplastic resins and mineral fillers. The price of thermoplastic resins has increased rapidly during the second half of fiscal 1999. Such price fluctuations are not unusual in the plastics industry, but the temporary effect has been to cause customers to increase their inventories and, hence, to increase the sales volumes for this business. The Company expects that as the price of thermoplastic resins levels off, the level of orders will decrease. Raw materials are, in general, readily available. INKJET COLORANTS Inkjet colorants are pigment-based black colorants, which are designed to replace traditional pigment dispersions and dyes used in inkjet printing applications. Products produced by the Company's inkjet colorants business, formed in 1996, target various printing markets, including home and office printers, wide format printers, and commercial and industrial printin...