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Premier Plastics would like to make our Resource Center a bit more than recycled content. We feel that addressing client concerns, industry trends, sustainability and 135+ years of combined experience in the packaging world, Premier Plastics' insight and our impact in the Thermoforming industry today provides an in-depth knowledge of packaging solutions, pit-falls to avoid, foresighted design ideas and informative tips for your future packaging projects will serve the industry and our client base well.

We look forward to better serving you!!

(Additional postings and videos to come, please check back often for the latest in manufacturing, packaging design, sustainability ideas and efforts and the packaging world in general)

Demand Planning, Inventory Levels, and Shortening Cycles: The New Norm Moving Forward
By Jim Holbrook
Founder - Premier Plastics

Delivery Service

Uncertainty was beyond question a certainty the last 18 to 24 months in a global market besieged by the onslaught of COVID-19, which is still hugging the corners of society. However, there were several other mitigating factors that made 2021-2022 a very difficult year for manufacturers, retailers, distribution centers and family households alike. Especially hard hit in 2021 and early
2022 were the shipping and manufacturing industrie
s, which are still hobbling along yet showing improvement daily.

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VIDEO: It's Alive 02.07.23

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A quick story behind this video. My name is Layne Lundstrom and I represent Premier Plastics as their "CMO." On this particular occasion, we were shooting the new Sencorp 2500 Ultra on site. We had to shoot during the employee lunch break so we could extinguish the lights and halt all activity as to not capture any "bodies" during our video shoot.

As we were setting up our lighting system and camera, the new Sencorp 2500 Ultra was taking a little lunch break itself. As it did and as I set up, the "Forming" plates would rise and fall in sync. With the lights on low, I the only one in production, (Its a big facility) and this massive beast of a machine contemplating how to hunt, eat and send me through her grips of power and onto the belt for packaging.

As such, in my spare time honing my video skills, I put together a little clip of that experience. It shares Premier's extraordinary capabilities, and really captures the essence of the moment, thank you Premier Plastics!

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