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Jeco Plastic add Japanese Language Website

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Jeco Plastic Products-designer and manufacturer of plastic pallets and containers for the worldwide printing and automotive industries since 1973-has released a Japanese language version of its website, www.jecoplastics.com.  Craig Carson, CEO of Jeco Plastic Products, announced the new website version and commented: "Jeco plastic pallets and thermoformed materials are used around the world, and the Japanese market is important because Jeco pallets find extensive use among automotive manufacturers and printers.  Moreover, our thermoformed materials have application in the aeronautical industry, where Japanese companies enjoy excellent market share.  Jeco manufactures pallets for virtually every printing press made, and we specialize in thermoformed materials for a wide variety of industrial and commercial applications."
Jeco Plastic Products designs and manufactures extremely durable pallets and containers for the worldwide printing and automotive industries, as well as other industries handling heavy product which must be protected from damage.  Other capabilities include the ability to produce complex plastic structural components made to exacting tolerances.  Jeco production facilities include rotational plastic molding and thermoforming capabilities unique in North America.  Jeco designers employ complex plastic compounds to impart dimensional stability and structural integrity to their products.  Jeco Plastic Products is located in Plainfield, Indiana, and may be reached at 317-839-4943 or www.jecoplastics.com.


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