Today Plastics News published its annual ranking of North American rotational molders. Here are some interesting facts about the data.
This year we’re ranking 123 firms, with rotational molding sales of $2.25 billion. The average number of employees per firm has risen 27.7 percent over the past five years. The average sales per company rose even more at 30 percent.
Welcome to the ranking:
Horizon Manufacturing Group LLC of Lake Mills, Wis.
Three 60 Corp. of Howell, Mich.
Here’s a list of some of the faster growing companies in this year’s ranking.
Fibertech Inc. of Elberfeld, Ind., moved up 25 spaces to rank at No. 65.
Contemporary Products of Texas Inc. of Walburg, Texas, moved up 23 spaces to rank at No. 87.
Plastic Professionals Inc. of Atlantic, Iowa, moved up 22 spaces to rank at No. 23.
GVL Polymers Inc. of Litchfield, Minn., moved up 13 spaces to rank at No. 73.
Midwest Rotational Molding LLC of Elkhart, Ind., moved up 12 spaces to rank at No. 81
Integrity Rotational Molding LLC of Plainfield, Ind., moved up 11 spaces to rank at No. 65
Horsemen's Pride Inc. of Streetsboro, Ohio, moved up 10 spaces to rank at No. 46
Spin Products Inc. of Chino, Calif., moved up 10 spaces to rank at No. 55
Inca Plastics Molding Co. Inc. of Adelanto, Calif., moved up 8 spaces to rank at No. 58
Seljan Co. Inc. of Lake Mills, Wis., moved up eight spaces to rank at No. 38
Make sure to check out the report in the August 25 print edition of Plastics News. See our website for the full listing of 123 firms. We also sell the ranking data in the Data Store section of our website.
And thanks to Hollee Keller, for this peek behind the rankings data. Follow her at @holleekeller, #rotoranking.
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