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6/1/2012

Cellulose fiber-reinforced polypropylene

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UPM, a pulp and paper conglomerate, offered a new product for composites: UPM ForMi is a cellulose fiber-reinforced polypropylene for sustainable injection molding applications.

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UPM (Helsinki, Finland), a pulp and paper conglomerate, offered a new product for composites: UPM ForMi is a cellulose fiber-reinforced polypropylene for sustainable injection molding applications. The recycled cellulose fibers come from the company’s other business endeavors, which include ProFi wood/plastic composites for decking. The ForMi material is recyclable, odorless and available in granular form and customizable colors.  

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