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Plastex and Plastteknik merge under a common brand

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Today, Plastex's CEO, David Burén, and Plastteknik's CEO, Andreas Wiklund, announced that the companies are merging under the joint brand Plastex and will thus become a comprehensive supplier in molding and extrusion as well as post-processing of plastic products.

The decision is a result of a successful collaboration where they jointly offered the Swedish and Nordic markets manufacturing services of both extruded and injection molded products from one and the same supplier.

– This is the result of a close and fruitful collaboration. When the market’s response became so strong, the merger became the next logical step. Together, with our dual specialized factories, we will now be able to create one of the Nordic countries’ broadest and most competitive offers, says David Burén.

Andreas Wiklund continues: – Many customers have understood the advantages of working with a supplier. Being able to order both extruded, injection molded and processed products from one and the same place saves time and money. In addition, there will be less time wasted than if you use several suppliers, as they have different planning and set-up times. You also avoid a lot of unnecessary transport, concludes Andreas Wiklund, who assumes the role of Site Manager at Plastex Injection Molding Factory.

Looking back at the past year, it can be stated that it was a very successful year. A number of new, well-known brands such as Clas Ohlson, Jackon, LKAB and the Norwegian electrical chain Elköp, as well as an international medical technology group that turned to Plastex for manufacturing services.

In connection with the merger, a completely new website will also be launched to make the new overall offer visible.

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