In an interview on September 6, 2017, a company representative at this custom and proprietary extrusion blow molder for the packaging industry reported that the Houston, TX plant reopened following a 3-day closure.
Service Wire Company Inc. has restarted operations
In a contact, Service Wire Company Inc. reported that the company restarted operations on Thursday, August 31. The company originally closed operations at the Houston, Texas facility on Tuesday, August 29 due to Hurricane Harvey.
Birch Plastics, Inc. reports Minimal Impact
In an interview on September 5, 2017, Shipping and Receiving Manager Paul Wilson reported that this custom compounder experienced limited damage from Hurricane Harvey.
Printpack, Inc. Closes Orange, Texas Plant following Mandatory Evacuation
In an interview on September 1, 2017, Human Resource contact Alex DeDeaux reported that the company’s plant in Orange, TX closed on August 31, 2017 following a mandatory evacuation issued by Orange County Emergency Management.
Consolidated Container Corporation Reports Facility Closure in Sherman, Texas
In an interview, a representative at Consolidated Container Corporation reported that the company’s facility located in Sherman, Texas is temporarily closed due to Hurricane Harvey.
FAST Group Houston, Inc. Reports Minimal Impact
In an interview on August 31, 2017, a company representative for this custom injection molder for the industrial/consumer/construction industries stated that the company plans to fully resume manufacturing operations on September 1, 2017.
Pro Plastics, Inc. Has Reopened
In an interview on August 30, 2017, a company representative reported that, this custom blown film extruder for the packaging industry reopened its doors following a temporary closure due to Hurricane Harvey.
Semasys, Inc. Reports Minimal Impact
In an interview on August 31, 2017, a company representative of this custom injection molder for the consumer industry reported that manufacturing operations have fully resumed.
Texas Injection Molding, Inc. is Up and Running
In an interview on August 31, 2017, a representative at this custom injection molder for the consumer and medical industries reported that employees have returned to work and manufacturing is fully up and running.
American Film & Printing, Ltd. Reports Polyethylene Sourcing Issues
In an interview on September 7, 2017, company representative Teresa Bennett reported that this custom film extruder for the packaging industry did not suffer any structural damage or downtime as a result of Hurricane Harvey.