Pittsfield Plastics underwent a major plant upgrade recently. A shiny new floor, which involved grinding the old floor down until they got to the base level, then adding a glossy new protective coating, contributed to a cleaner, more efficient and even safer plant. The walls also got a new coat of paint.
Visit us in Atlanta for Interwire 2013. You can find us at booth 664 from Tuesday, April 23rd through Thursday, April 25th. Learn about our latest plastic spools and reels or any custom plastic parts needs. We look forward to seeing you.
Pittsfield Plastics added a robot to pick "runners" out of the production line on a 300-ton injection molding press. The robot picks parts out of the line, supporting manufacturing employees as they meet customer demand and ship product out on time every time. The company eventually plans to add larger robots that will pull parts [...]
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Pittsfield Plastics founder David Chiorgno. In 1968, together with his wife Dorothy ("Honey") and business partner Richard Sible, David established Pittsfield Plastics Engineering.
Pittsfield Plastics has achieved the rigorous ISO 9001:2008 quality management standard. To quote ISO, this standard "is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement."
Great show! Thanks to everyone who came to Pittsfield Plastics with their custom plastic parts needs. In both the injection molding and extruded plastics arenas, we're seeing strong business prospects.
Pittsfield Plastics' team looks forward to seeing you at Wire Expo on the 22nd and 23rd. See us to discuss anything you need: plastic cores, plastic bobbins, custom plastic parts, plastic fine wire spools, plastic extrusion – and a whole lot more. We've broadened our manufacturing capabilities to meet your needs better than ever.
The article discusses Pittsfield’s history in the plastics industry and mentions Pittsfield Plastics as one of the industry’s current, local leaders. Additionally, the piece covers several high-tech, niche plastics companies (The Berkshire Plastics Network estimates there are about 40 within Berkshire County) that have expanded in the last few years.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal (1st district) conducted a "listening tour" at several Pittsfield companies on February 10, 2012. At Pittsfield Plastics, Neal saw firsthand how the company provides unmatched products and services to maintain and build a diverse customer base. Principal and CEO Tom Walker presented a compelling argument for reducing taxes on businesses to foster growth and improve the economy.