Royal plans sale of injection molding business

September 2005
Canadian Plastics;Sep2005, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of Royal Group Technologies Ltd. to sell most of the shares in its injection molding business unit Royal Alliance as of September 2005. Information on Royal Alliance; Overview of the plans of Royal to restructure the company; Comments from Larry Blanford, Royal Group president and CEO, on the plans.


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