Trilogy Plastics expands rotational molding capacity

Trilogy Plastics, Inc. — An ISO 9001 certified full-service specialty rotary moulder and leader in high quality rotational molded parts and assemblies with processing facilities in Alliance, Ohio, has added capacity to support business growth.

“We are investing in technology and our people to continue our journey to be the best custom rotary moulder in the US,” said Daren Balderson, President of Trilogy Plastics.

Trilogy Plastics has added its 12th rotational molding machine to meet continued growing demand. The custom rotational molding machine prides itself on making difficult-to-make rotational molded parts. The new rotational molding machine 220 supports several new programs in different markets.

“Our 2020 sales exceeded 2019 and now business has exploded in the first half of 2021,” said Bryon Osborne, Trilogy Plastics vice president of sales and marketing. “We also plan to add more capacity by the end of the year.”

For more information visit: www.trilogyplastics.com

For more information on Trilogy Plastics, Inc .: Bryon Osborne, VP Sales & Marketing, PO Box 2600, 2290 W. Main St., Alliance, Ohio 44601 Phone: 330-821-4700

Trilogy Plastics, Inc. facilities are located in the United States in Alliance, Ohio and span over 286,000 square feet of lean manufacturing and warehousing. Our equipment is state-of-the-art, including the latest in rotational molding machines, 5-axis CNC machining, and high pressure foaming equipment.

The company is internationally known for its exceptional service and its continuously positive results from engineering, construction support and project management. The value-adding processes include a multitude of assembly, decoration and packaging skills that make it possible to serve a diversified customer base spanning the most important consumer, medical, industrial, outdoor and heavy truck markets. Trilogy Plastics is ISO 9001: 2015 certified and has a long history of proven continuous improvement.

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