41605 Ann Arbor Road
Plymouth, MI 48170
|Originally published November 12, 2012, in Plastics News. Some data may have been updated.|
|(P)=Publicly Held N.A.=Not available|
|All information was provided by the companies, except where otherwise indicated.|
|* Midpoint of a company-provided range||** Company-provided estimate|
|E Plastics News and industry estimates. These figures were not provided by the company.|
|CURRENCY NOTE: All sales figures reported in foreign currencies have been converted to U.S. dollars using the average annual exchange rate for the 12 months of each company's fiscal year. For Canadian firms with fiscal years corresponding to calendar-year 2012, the following average annual rate was used: C$1=US$1.
All companies' fiscal years correspond to calendar-year 2012 unless otherwise noted.
|Top Blow Molding Official||William Young|
|CEO & President|
|Parent Company||Plastipak Holdings Inc.|
|Fiscal Year End||11/03/13|
|Blow Molding Sales (millions $)|
|Most Recent Year||1,650|
|Global Corporate Sales (millions $)|
|Most Recent Year||N.A.|
|Breakout of Blow molding Sales||100% bottles|
|Blow Molding Employees||N.A.|
|Blow Molding Plants||13|
|Blow Molding Machines||N.A.|
|Annual resin throughput (millions lbs)||N.A.|
|Processes||Continuous shuttle monolayer|
|Continuous shuttle coextrusion|
|Continuous rotary wheel monolayer|
|Continuous rotary wheel coextrusion|
|Intermittent reciprocating screw monolayer|
|Intermittent reciprocating screw coextrusion|
|Inj Blow single machine process|
|Inj Blow separate preform production process|
|Stretch Blow single machine process|
|Stretch Blow separate preform production process|
|Materials||HDPE Copolymer (HIC)|
|HDPE Homopolymer (Dairy)|
|Primary End Markets||Beverage (still water)|
|Beverage (carbonated water)|
|Beverage (juice - shelf stable)|
|Beverage (juice - refrigerated)|
|Beverage (soda - 3+ liter)|
|Beverage (soda - 2 liter)|
|Beverage (soda - 1 liter)|
|Beverage (soda - single serve)|
|Motor oil/car-care products|
|Other industrial packaging|
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