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12/5/2019

Faces of JBC: Alex Williams

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Welcome to the latest edition of Faces of JBC - the blog series that's all about the people that make JBC such a great company to work for and work with. Today's featured JBC team member is Alex Williams. Alex is one of our hardworking machine operators and he's part of the reason JBC has such happy customers. Without further ado, we're please to introduce you to Alex...

11/26/2019

Faces of JBC: Cassie Caputo

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In this edition of Faces of JBC - the ongoing blog series where we introduce you to the awesome people that do their best to help JBC be our best - we move from the warehouse to the production floor. Today's featured JBC team member is Cassie Caputo. Cassie is a first shift production supervisor and she's part of the reason JBC has such happy customers. Now, let's get to know a little more about Cassie...

11/18/2019

PVC Foam, An Economical Solution for Die Cut HVAC and Appliance Applications

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In this installment of our material Q & A series, we feature John Berchulc, of Novagard® (formerly FoamSeal, Inc.). He discusses the features and benefits of the FoamSeal custom-engineered PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) foams as an economical solution for a wide range of appliance and HVAC applications.

11/12/2019

5 Things that Matter More than Piece Price When Sourcing Die Cut Parts

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As today’s purchasing teams are pressured to manage skyrocketing material costs, they often focus solely on piece price. This is a mistake. Piece price is not the full measure of total cost and overlooks many intangibles that impact the bottom line. Continuity of supply—and the reliability of suppliers—should be of far greater significance when selecting vendors and purchasing converted materials and custom die cut parts.

11/5/2019

Acoustical Insulation Selection: How to Find the Right Material for Unwanted Sound

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There are a variety of factors that can dictate which acoustical insulation material is best for sound damping or absorption. Learn what it takes to identify the right die cut acoustical materials.

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