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Elkhart Plastics, Inc. Earns Multiple ‘Top 10’ Rotomolding Rankings

By September 8, 2016December 30th, 2020General

ELKHART, IN – Elkhart Plastics, Inc. (Elkhart Plastics) is proud to be ranked in the Top 10 categories for overall and custom rotomolding sales in North America according to Plastics News’ 2016 North American Rotational Molders Rankings. The company ranked second in custom rotomolding sales for the second year in a row and moved up to seventh in overall rotomolding sales from an eighth place ranking last year. Based on data from fiscal year 2015, Plastic News released the rankings in August.

“I am certainly proud of our rankings yet again this year,” said Jack Welter, CEO of Elkhart Plastics. “What I am even more proud of is the amount of teamwork and attention to customer needs and service that have allowed us to maintain and elevate our rankings this year.

“We have a great team spread across the county. Their ability to design and produce great rotationally molded products for satisfied clients is what made these rankings possible,” Welter said.

Owned and operated in the United States, Elkhart Plastics has six plants located in Elkhart, South Bend, and Middlebury, Ind.; Ohio City, Ohio; Ridgefield, Wash.; and Littleton, Colo.

Elkhart Plastics employs more than 600 people and utilizes 54 rotational machines – the most machines reported amongst Plastics News’ top 100 rotomolders – to design and produce custom and off-the-shelf products for clients around the world.

With the slogan of “If you can imagine it, we can rotomold it,” Elkhart Plastics can create a countless number of rotomolded items. Primarily, the 28-year-old business serves the agriculture, construction, heavy truck, marine, RV, and material handling industries.


Elkhart Plastics, Inc. is a 28-year-old, privately held American company. One of the largest custom rotational molding companies in the United States, Elkhart Plastics has six plants and more than 600 employees nationwide. Understanding that application drives design, their experience and knowledge can create unique parts using the rotomolding process in addition to producing a number of proprietary items.

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