Berry Plastics

Berry Plastics

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In 1967, Robert Morris purchased a single injection molding machine and established Imperial Plastics in Evansville, Indiana, with the help of two employees. The company produced plastic aerosol caps and was one of the earliest producers of such caps in the United States. Imperial Plastics relocated from its small firm to an abandoned cigar factory in 1972 in order to increase its plastic manufacturing capabilities to serve the container sector. After ten years of expansion, Jack Berry Sr. acquired the company and renamed it Berry Plastics Corporation.

Berry Plastics increased its footprint in North America by establishing plants in Nevada, utilizing its expertise in material science and the rapidly changing need for plastics. Berry Plastics purchased more than 40 plastics manufacturing businesses between 1987 and 2017, adding additional technologies like films, tapes, and adhesives in addition to packaging.

Berry Plastics listed on the NYSE in 2012 under the ticker "BERY." Berry Global became the company's name in 2017 as a result of its expanding global presence. In 2019, the company's size was doubled as a result of the acquisition of RPC Group Plc, which also increased its global reach and improved its capacity to serve both domestic and international clients.

Caps and closures, films and laminates, medical devices, clothing, bottles and vials, containers, tubs and pots, filtration materials, applicators, building supplies, dispensers and dosing, jars, nonwovens and components, bags and bulk bags, canisters and jerrycans, drinking cups, lids, tapes and adhesives, and more are among the items produced by Berry Global today.

The polyethylene plastic sheeting tarp is a versatile and reasonably priced all-purpose barrier against lead dust, water vapor, and foreign objects. There are options for a clear and a black version. Due to its robust and long-lasting body and soft pliability, it is the ideal material for a wide range of applications. It is amazing how resistant the plastic sheeting is to rotting, mildew, peeling, tearing, and splitting. It is also extraordinarily powerful and light. Even at temperatures below zero, it keeps its permanent flexibility and is resistant to acids, alkalies, and the majority of chemicals.

This plastic sheeting is employed in industry, agriculture, and construction. Temporary walls, dust barriers, cold and wind protection, window coverings, vapor barriers, concrete drying covers, and haystack covers are just a few uses for it. It also complies with EPA RPP Lead Law Rules, VA, and FHA requirements.

The Painters Plastic Sheeting Tarp is a brand-new, roll-style, high-density, lightweight plastic drop cloth. It uses a novel plastic composition with a tensile strength that is twice as high as linear plastic. It can be used for temporary walls, dust barriers, winter protection, wind protection, window coverings, vapor barriers, concrete curing covers, and haystack covers. Despite being only.35 mil thick, this plastic sheeting offers better protection than drop cloths twice as thick.

Berry Plastics provides a variety of options for various needs, from general to specialist uses, while also offering durability, flexibility, and industry compliance. The plastic sheeting tarp from Berry Plastics can fulfill all your needs, whether you're shielding against lead dust, water vapor, or foreign objects.

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