LIVONIA, MI – The use of plastics on three Chrysler Group vehicles wins four of five categories in the 32nd annual Society of Plastics Engineers Innovation Awards ceremonies held here. Applications on '03 Dodge Viper win two Society of Plastics Engineers Innovations Awards. The extruded polymer film fascia on the ’02 Dodge Neon, which won the Process and Enabling technologies category, also was the grand award winner. Applications for the ’03 Dodge Viper won two categories, and ...

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