This award honors companies with superior achievement among plastics processors.
Petoskey, MI: Petoskey Plastics was named one of four finalists for the Plastics NewsProcessor of the Year Award for 2017, which is sponsored by the Plastics Industry Association. Plastics Newsannounced the finalists in their January 8thedition. Petoskey Plastics was named a finalist in 2016 as well and is once again the only blown film company among the finalists.
A processor is defined as a manufacturer that forms finished plastics parts. For a private or public company or corporate operating division to qualify for the award, they must be engaged in North American plastics processing for at least the past five years. Candidates were then evaluated on the following criteria by members of the Plastics News’editorial staff:
- Financial Performance
- Customer Relations
- Employee Relations
- Environmental Performance
- Industry/Public Service
The Plastics Newsarticle announcing the finalists’ states, “Environmental performance is Petoskey’s strongest category in the Processor of the Year hunt. But judges also have high marks for financial performance and the other five categories.”
One customer reference remarked about Petoskey Plastics, “Everyone is very accessible, all the way to top management.”
Petoskey Plastics hosted Plastics Newseditor Donald Loepp and senior reporter Bill Bregar at their Hartford City, Indiana plant on January 11thfor the final round of the Processor of the Year selection process to show the recycling lines and newest technology. The winner will be announced on March 7that the Plastics NewsExecutive Forum in Naples, FL.
Plastics News is a weekly, 46,000-circulation trade newspaper delivering global news to a primarily North American market. Founded by Crain Communications Inc. in Akron, Ohio, in 1989, it covers the business of the global plastics industry.
Petoskey Plastics is an environmentally focused recycler and plastic film, bag and resin manufacturer providing superior products and solutions. Headquartered in Petoskey, Michigan, the company provides products and engineered solutions for a variety of industries including automotive, industrial, institutional, retail, construction and home improvement.
Petoskey Plastics has facilities in Michigan, Indiana and Tennessee. Learn more at www.petoskeyplastics.com