Elkhart Plastics, Inc. to Participate in International Tour

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Elkhart Plastics, Inc. to Participate in International Tour

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September 22, 2014

Elkhart Plastics, Inc. to Participate in International Tour

Middlebury, IN – Elkhart Plastics, Inc. (Elkhart) is proud to open its Middlebury facility to other rotational molding professionals from outside North America on Monday, Oct. 6.

The Middlebury tour is one of two stops on the 2014 Rotoplas International Rotational Molding Exposition schedule. Organized annually by the Association of Rotational Molders, the exhibition will take place Oct. 6-9 in Rosemont, Ill., and is held in conjunction with the association’s annual meeting.

Exhibition attendees from outside North America are invited to attend the tour. Romo Tech of New Paris, Ind., will also be included. The tour is limited to 55 participants.

The Rotoplas tour is also open to participants in the 2014 Rototour, which includes seven additional facilities. Organized annually by the Association of Rotational Moulders Australasia, the tour will include factories, a machinery supplier, and a graphics supplier. Tour stops are located in California, Arizona, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana from Sept. 28 through Oct. 9.

The Middlebury stop will include demonstrations of several of the facility’s rotational machines as well as some secondary processing/assembly areas and its mold shop.

“We are honored to be one of the nine stops on the tours,” said Jack Welter, Elkhart CEO.

“We look forward to sharing our Middlebury plant and our experiences in general with other international rotomolders and suppliers. We might operate on different continents, but we all have a passion for rotomolding products and solutions to meet real-world needs.”

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Elkhart Plastics, Inc. is a 26-year old company providing rotational molding capabilities for customers. Six plants across the US offer unique solutions for each customer. Understanding that the application drives the design, these committed problem-solvers work as an extension of their customers’ organizations to deliver creative solutions for their customers’ unique applications and parts.