From the Wires
Dragon Polymers Ships Nylon 66 Order to China
By: Marketwired .
Nov. 27, 2012 04:57 PM
GREENWOOD, SOUTH CAROLINA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- Dragon Polymers, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:DRAG) has shipped 132,000, lbs. of Nylon 66 fiber from the South Carolina Landfill site to Erxin International Co., in Huishan district, Wuxi, China. The material has been shipped to the port of Hai Phong-Viet Nam as per the contracts details; the total value of this shipment is $36,000 USD.
This shipment represents the second phase of testing of the material by Erxin International Co., the company previously tested a 50 lbs. sample of the material. The results of the first tests were extremely positive; the material will be cleaned, extruded and pelletized, then resold into the manufacturing industry in Asia.
ABOUT THE COMPANY: Dragon Polymers Inc. is reseller industrial polymers, we have been able to identify a worldwide shortage in certain types of polymers, and specifically petroleum based polymers. As a result of this the company is focusing its efforts in the reclamation of polymers, specifically Polyethylene Terephthalate and commercial grade Nylon 6,6 waste.
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