About us

Established for over 50 years, we are experts in the design and manufacture of plastic injection mouldings, supporting new and existing product developments. Combining our wealth of expertise with problem solving, we take a build-ability approach meaning you can be assured the finished product will be fit for purpose. We are committed to complying with the requirements of the ISO9001 standard and continually improving the effectiveness of our quality management system.

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Full-service plastic mould solutions
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90% of our plastic waste is recycled
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Certified to ISO9001:2015 standards

From design to delivery

Whatever stage you’re at, from the initial design through to the final product, we will guide you through the entire project. If you have an idea we can help you transform this into a product. If you already have a part, we can identify the optimum way to manufacture it. We offer mould tooling as well as repeat production of injection moulded products.

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A greener approach to manufacturing

We are committed to making the production of plastic more sustainable. Approximately 50% of our energy is renewable with solar panels installed on our roof and wind turbines planned for the near future. We also have a smart monitoring system that enables us to consistently monitor our power usage and identify our next environmental project. Putting the positive in plastic mould manufacturing.

FAQ Section

Common questions surrounding plastic mould manufacturing.

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What is plastic injection moulding?

Injection moulding is the most common method for producing plastic components in large quantities. It is the typical manufacturing process for identical parts being created thousands or even millions of times.

What is the plastic moulding process?

The process involves melting thermoplastic pellets which are then injected into a mould at pressure, cooled and solidified into the final product.

What material can you make the part out of?

There are a variety of different plastic material options, including ABS, polypropylene, polycarbonate and high impact polystyrene, but ultimately the product will dictate what material can be used. When creating a product it’s important to consider the purpose, where and how it will be used.

How much will it cost?

The cost of making a plastic part depends on the part itself and whether you have a tool already made. Every plastic part requires a tool and the initial cost can be a few thousand, but once the tool is created the cost of producing each piece is very minimal, a few pence per piece. This enables you to make substantial savings in terms of production going forward.