Plainfield, Indiana, USA; August 2007—Jeco Plastic Products—designer and manufacturer of plastic pallets and containers for the worldwide manufacturing and logistics industries since 1973—has announced it will partner with Durac Development to jointly distribute their products. The agreement between the companies makes Jeco Pallets available through Durac Development distribution in the western United States. In addition, Jeco agents worldwide will market Durac products. Durac Development produces a proprietary, highly advanced plastic racking system which is successfully used by printers large and small.
Announcing the agreement, Jeco Plastic Products CEO Craig Carson observed: "The Durac System racking boards and corner supports complement our pallets, and enable Jeco representatives to make a more complete offering to printers who wish to eliminate the problems associated with wooden pallets and boards. Our joint marketing effort should benefit both our companies." Bill Grau, Durac Development Founder and CEO, also commented: "Durac is pleased to be affiliated with the leading manufacturer of plastic pallets for the printing industry. Both our firms have pioneered in the use of plastic work-in-process items for printers and converters."
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 with high tolerance requirements. 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.
All Durac products are injection molded using high-grade, compounded engineering resins. Working with GE Plastics, Durac spent three years designing and field testing these much needed products, which are designed for safety and durability, and have consistently proven to increase productivity at printers. Durac Development, located in Orange, California, may be reached at 714-282-9659 or via www.duracsystems.com.
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