From Concept to Reality™ Your positive outcome is our singular goal.
For three decades, the General Plastics’ team has provided comprehensive assistance
for the Original Equipment (OEM) and Point of Purchase (POP) markets.
Utilizing innovative approaches to sheet plastic fabrication.
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Thermoformed plastics are ideally suited for mass transit, consumer products, packaging, retail and display, sports and leisure, electronics, and industrial applications.
General Plastics utilizes innovative approaches to sheet plastic fabrication, such as: Thermoforming, Vacuum Forming, Pressure forming, Fabrication and Turnkey assembly.
Concept to Reality™
- concept realization
- tooling prototype and production
- part production on state-of-the-art equipment
- CNC and robotic routing
- quality and process management
- assembly and secondary operations
- inventory control
- turnkey solutions
Excellent Price/Value Ratio
Superior Project Management
Your Single Source Supplier
- heat bending
- hot stamping
- solvent and adhesive welding
- edge treating
- special design features (bosses, ribs, and special fastening devices)
- silk screening
These can significantly shorten your production lead times by eliminating the costly and time-consuming process of sourcing multiple suppliers.
Your Total Turnkey Resource
Customized Shipment Solutions
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