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Packaging: San Antonio newest home for national foam company

Grand opening scheduled for Worldwide Foam, Ltd. this October.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 22, 2013

Worldwide Foam, Ltd., a crosslinked polyethylene foam manufacturer, has opened its newest branch in San Antonio, Texas.

Customers will now be able to get custom skived sheets of crosslinked polyethylene in the southwest region of the U.S. and northern Mexico. The new location will have more inventory space, skiving capabilities, and onsite personnel for improved customer service. Other locations include Ontario, California, Atlanta, Ga., and corporate headquarters located in Elkhart, Ind. Worldwide Foam Ltd.’s customers include tier one to tier three automotive suppliers throughout the country.

Worldwide Foam, Ltd. recently exhibited at the Texas Pack trade show in Houston on the 15th and 16th of this month. New to the Worldwide Foam, Ltd. team is Texas Branch Manager, Donny Frandsen III. With a background in fabrication; Donny brings a strong familiarity with the foam market to Worldwide Foam’s raw material business.

Worldwide Foam, Ltd. is the fastest growing supplier of closed cell foam material in North America. They offer next day shipping from four of their strategic locations with a wide range of products and sizes. Worldwide Foam is an ISO 9001:2008 registered company.

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