AD Plastics, a Plastic Injection Moulding Manufacturer operating just outside of London, in the southeast of England, servicing customers nationwide, has today been recognised as a front runner in the field of quality plastic injection moulding at competitive prices. Also, offering rapid prototyping and tool making both in-house and overseas.
AD Plastics has been servicing small, medium, and large sized businesses from a multitude of industries, including automotive, defense, engineering, Point of Sale (POS), etc. They have been in the market for 19 years and compete against notable manufacturers such as Firma Nicand Plastic Products and Sovrin Plastics. They have been able to make such a strong impression on the market and gain a reputation by offering a one-stop solution for companies. Everything all the way from the design stage to prototyping, up to production is all handled in-house. Therefore they are able to specialise in offering short lead times, whilst being competitively priced.
Rajwinder Sidhu, the Managing Director at AD Plastics spoke about its recent recognition, expanding on some of the decisions and motivations that led the business to the level it’s currently reached.
“When AD Plastics was founded, it was made abundantly clear we wanted to be the kind of company that was known in the market for being a reliably quick to react family-run business that offers quality products at competitive prices. One of the biggest challenges we faced during the pandemic was the supply chain crisis, with the sudden increase in costs of raw materials which we had not seen for the past 10 years. Added to that were dramatic hikes in overheads going up like rent and electricity. Fortunately with some good people behind us, being an agile company has allowed us to be flexible and quick to react to these challenges. Due to the strong relationships in the industry nurtured over nearly two decades, we have been able to procure a diverse set of suppliers with the best priced raw materials, without sacrificing quality. We were able to overcome every obstacle and really hit our stride.”
Rajwinder Sidhu also mentioned the future plans for AD Plastics involve the company investing in new machinery, so they can keep up with current demand and increase sales. Coupled with continued growth by adding a diversified customer base to their portfolio. It’s the hope of the company that they continue to provide a service to its customers which is second to none. While continuing their growth by acquiring new customers to add to their list and core group of products being manufactured on a regular basis.
AD Plastics plans to maintain its position at the forefront of quality plastic injection moulding at competitive prices, while specialising in rapid prototyping and tool making both in-house and overseas for years to come, building on its success, finding new ways to serve its community, customers and the world at large.
More information on AD Plastics can be found at their website: http://www.adplasticsinjectionmoulding.co.uk/
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