Wire & Plastic Machinery Corp. has recently completed a solar system on the roof of its warehouse building located in Attleboro, MA. The project, which was funded fully via a partnership between Altus Power and Wire and Plastic, and installed by KRN Solar, will sell the electricity directly to National Grid in Rhode Island through a competitively awarded 15 year contract. All of the power generated by the system will be sold to National Grid who will in turn deliver the clean energy to its customers. Wire and Plastic will receive a clean energy system on their property as well as roof lease payments for the length of the contract.
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Wire & Plastic Machinery Corp exhibited at Wire Southest Asia in Bangkok from September 17th-19th. It was an opportunity to meet clients and agents in the ASEAN countries as well as clients from India, Middle East and Australia. The flow of visitors was steady and several discussions about new projects took place. The show attendance was better than two years ago. Rahul Sachdev, who is also President of WCISA, took part in the opening ceremony celebrations. The chief guest Mr. Nopparat Maythaveekulchai visited our booth after the opening ceremony to learn more about our product line offerings.
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Wire & Plastic Machinery is excited to announce a new feature on our website that allows searching by machines that have already been cleaned, painted, and in some cases mechanically tested under power or fully reconditioned.
Wire & Plastic Machinery Corp. is pleased to offer a complete steel wire rope manufacturing plant in Zadar, Croatia. All equipment is still installed, fully operational and available for immediate delivery.
Reconditioned Tensor SZ Strander
Wire & Plastic Machinery had a successful show at WIRE China. We received numerous visitors from Asia, including India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and China.
Wire & Plastic Machinery is pleased to announce the successful completion of a reconditioning project for a 24" Edmands 1+3 Bow Cabler with two in line concentric taping heads and an upgraded electrical package. This machine was fully rebuilt at our Bristol, CT facility and was commissioned at the customer site by our engineers.
Wire & Plastic Machinery received an order for a fully reconditioned Watson Planetary cabling line to be used for the manufacturing of superconductor cables. These cables will be used for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) in Cadarache, France.