17196 State Road 120
P.O. Box 368
Bristol, IN 46507
|Originally published August 27, 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 an 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 Rotational Molding Official||Eric Gottuso|
|Parent Company||Myers Industries Inc.|
|Rotomolding Sales (millions $)|
|Most Recent Year||53|
|Global Corporate Sales (millions $)|
|Most Recent Year||791.2|
|Breakout of Rotational Molding Sales||50% Custom|
|Annual resin throughput (millions lbs)||N.A.|
|Secondary Services||Part Design|
|Primary End Markets||Tanks - agricultural/industrial|
|Lawn & garden|
|Nontank industrial applications|
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