The Courier » Centrex Plastics, Creative Plastic Concepts acquired …
April 20, 2018 - garden totes
Two Findlay businesses, Centrex Plastics and Creative Plastic Concepts, have been acquired by a St. Louis company.
American Plastics of St. Louis announced a squeeze Wednesday. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The new, incomparable American Plastics will work 15 comforts nationwide, including 5 production plants and 10 placement centers, a association said.
American Plastics pronounced Robert Guerra will sojourn boss and arch executive officer of a total company. Nick Reinhart, owners and boss of both Centrex and Creative Plastic Concepts, will be named arch creation officer during American Plastics and will keep an equity interest in a total company.
American Plastics pronounced it will use all a stream operations of Centrex, that creates a accumulation of products for home, grass and garden, garage and seminar needs, and those of Creative Plastics, that it described as “a flourishing personality in a home and garage storage difficulty and attention personality in creation and investigate and growth capabilities.”
Both companies’ brands, including Centrex’s Commander and Creative’s Shelves and Shelves West, will be retained, American Plastics reported.
Centrex Plastics was creatively determined in 1926 as Central Rubber Reclaiming Co. In 1963, a name was altered to Centrex Corp. In 1986, a rubber production apportionment of a business was phased out and a association strong only on cosmetic injection molding.
In 2003, Centrex Plastics acquired a resources of Centrex Corp. The association is located during 814 W. Lima St.
Creative Plastic Concepts was determined in 2014 as a invention arm of Centrex Plastics. Based in Sycamore, a business has a room in Tall Timbers Industrial Park in Findlay. It designs, develops and produces cosmetic totes, containers and shelving.
American Plastics is a manufacturer, importer and distributor of blurb cleaning and consumer storage products. The association operates an injection frame and production trickery in Tiffin.