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    Plastics & Plastic Products - Manufacturers in Corpus Christi


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    Business Listing   A & B Plastics & Fabrication - Corpus Christi, TX - Phone: (361) 888-5800


    Business Listing   A-1 Acrylics & Fabrication - Corpus Christi, TX - Phone: (361) 882-5333


    Business Listing   Bluff Plastic - Corpus Christi, TX - Phone: (361) 937-0547


    Business Listing   Flowbee International - Corpus Christi, TX - Phone: (361) 939-9908


    Business Listing   TDL Plastics - Corpus Christi, TX - Phone: (361) 939-9898


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    Helpful Definition for: Plastics & Plastic Products - Manufacturers


    Plastics are synthetic materials which are used to produce industrial products. Plastic products are made of these plastics and are used for various reasons. The plastic and plastic products are produced by manufacturers in Corpus Christi who carry on different processes and produce different types of products from plastics. Plastic bottles, plastic chairs, plastic tables, etc, are different plastic products which are manufactured by these manufacturers of Corpus Christi.

    With the rising environmental issues, many manufacturers in Corpus Christi are resorting to the use of bioplastics for making different plastic products. The manufacturers create these plastic products and deliver them to various stores in Corpus Christi, from where they are sold to the public.

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