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Toys, sporting goods (56 companies found)

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  • Custom Thick Sheet Thermoforming Plastics
    DUO Form Plastics has been in business for over 50 years and is among the largest thermoformers in the nation. They have over 275,000 sq. ft. under roof and build parts for a wide range of industries including kitchen and bath, medical, automotive, marine, industrial, and many more. Building...
  • Plastic Recycling Since 1965
    Sattler Plastics Company, based in Chicago, specializes in post-industrial plastic recycling. Our main specialty is in the purchase and resale of plastic materials in the secondary market. Family owned and managed since 1965, our experienced team of sales professionals is familiar with both the...
  • Established in 1922… Redline Plastics Core Competencies Are: Vacuum Forming Rotational Molding Line Bending 5-Axis CNC Trimming Current Industries: Powersports Marine Farm & Ag Fluid Tanks Commercial Utility Box Shrouds Construction Redline Plastics Advantage… We pride...
  • ePlastics is a distribution, fabrication, and shipping center located in San Diego, CA. We offer knowledgeable staff, quality products, and fast delivery when and where you need it. We are a San Diego based hub of quality plastic materials and fabrication services delivering nationally at...
  • Andex Industries is a manufacturer of carded packaging materials including blisters, blister cards, clamshells & insert cards, trays, skin board and specialty items. Andex has broad based capabilities inlcuding custom dedicated runs, combination runs, stock combo blisters and stock clamshells.
  • Helton, Inc., is a manufactuer of custom thermoformed plastics and cast urethanes. We provide a full service from design, prototypes, and in-house tooling, to high capacity manufacturing. We supply custom plastic and urethane dunnage to the material handling industry in the form of returnable...
  • Quaker Plastics manufactures custom plastics using extrusion, thermoforming, and structural form molding processes.