Helping you to get the best possible moulded plastic parts
The Edge in business means optimising the marginal differences. Our quarterly newsletter and moulded plastic parts news reveals how we help our customers realise this. Precision Plastic Injection Moulding starts with design-rationalisation built in at every stage. This results in you getting a plastic component manufactured with minimal waste because every element from design to assembly is done the most efficient way. Let us help you to streamline your component supply chain, reduce lead-times and maximise the cost-effectiveness of the component produced.
Tex Plastics technical team are working proactively with clients to source more sustainable raw materials.
Leading manufacturer chooses to have logo injection moulded to increase brand presence in store.
Due to lack of supply chain resilience, Tex Plastics are working with a partner to develop recycled plastics.
Sam Holtam has joined Tex Plastics Derby as an Apprentice Buyer.
Chris Smith is the new Technician joining the Team at the Barnstaple site.
To increase larger machine moulding capacity at Barnstaple a new 750 tonne has been ordered to help manage the increase in larger plastic part orders.
Manufacturers using prime and engineering grade plastics face ongoing shortages, price increases and delivery delays.
All electric 100 tonne machine ordered for Derby site to facilitate critical plastic part order.
The cleanroom facility is to expand at Barnstaple to accommodate increased orders.
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Tex Plastics continued investment in new desiccant dryers makes for lower energy consuming more efficient injection moulding.
Enquiries from the commonwealth countries top those coming from within the EU.
With increasing demands on PPE, especially facemasks and breathing products, shortages in capacity overseas has created a need for UK manufacturing.
Working with manufacturer who wants to grow capacity and expand market share in pharmaceutical sector and OEM biopharmaceutical applications.
Tex Plastics Barnstaple site has dynamically shifted to accommodate the increased production demands, but is now exploring making weekend shifts a permanent fixture.
The two additional 400 tonne machine increases the capacity of Tex Plastics in this machine range, adds the latest technology machines to our portfolio plus supports our low carbon strategy.
The British Plastics Federation has warned the whole plastics supply chain that plastics processors are currently facing shortages of key materials.
A year which started with Brexit, a third lockdown and now moving into raw material shortages has seen continued growth for Tex Plastics.