Cereplast designs and manufactures proprietary bio-based, renewable plastics which are used as substitutes for petroleum-based plastics in all major converting processes – such as injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding and extrusions
Following a recent $7.5 million fundraising and new contract wins, sustainable plastics company Cereplast (NASDAQ:CERP) is on firm footing for the remainder of the year
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