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Bloomer Plastics, Inc. Announces the Launch of New Website

BLOOMER, Wis., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloomer Plastics, Inc. announced today the launch of its new and improved company website.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121116/CG15313LOGO)

The new site offers a contemporary look and streamlined user interface.  It features enhanced resources including:

  1. More concise descriptions of markets served and Bloomer's associated product lines to include aerospace, automotive, composites, prepreg, rubber separator, packaging, consumer, office products, medical and health care. 
  2. Improved customer e-commerce portal with upgraded navigation and clean user interface.  Other new features to include archived press releases, social networking integration with links to all of our online presences, and a meet the team page with direct contact information of the sales and executive team.  
  3. Enhanced toolbox for quick unit of measure conversion calculations to simplify ordering practices.

"We're pleased with the launch of our newly designed site and its ability to take our web presence to the next level," said Kevin Keneally, Chief Executive Officer.  "We wanted to improve our customers' access to Bloomer's custom engineered film capabilities and solutions with the ultimate objective of expanding BPI's market reach."

The new website can be accessed at www.BloomerPlastics.com.

About Bloomer Plastics:
A leading domestic and international engineered films producer for high performance industrial, medical, automotive, agricultural and consumer market segments, Bloomer Plastics excels in design of value-added cast embossed film structures and laminations for the most demanding applications.  Certified to ISO 9001:2008 standards, the company is focused on offering exceptional speed to market for new product development and excels in delivering quality, service and technology to its valued customer base.

SOURCE Bloomer Plastics, Inc.

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