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Outlook 2013: Kintz Plastics lands contracts that formerly would go to Chinese firms

Tuan Razik deburrs the edge of a thermoformed plastic part at Kintz Plastics in Howes Cave. (Edward Munger Jr. photo)
Tuan Razik deburrs the edge of a thermoformed plastic part at Kintz Plastics in Howes Cave. (Edward Munger Jr. photo)
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For nearly four decades, Kintz Plastics in Howes Cave has rolled with the economic punches that come from changes in industries that rely on thermoformed plastic parts. Sometimes, part of a project would be handled in the U.S., while firms in China, with their ability to get things done cheaper, would handle other components. But company owner Wynn Kintz sees a change on the horizon in 2013. For the first time, his company is securing ...


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