Pilgrim Plastics

Exceeding Expectations
April 1, 2013

Nearly three years have passed since the Print Services & Distribution Association (PSDA) joined forces with management firm SmithBucklin and relocated its headquarters from Alexandria, Va., to Chicago. Now the PSDA is making bold moves once again.

Bon Voyage
February 1, 2013

The Go-Go's were totally onto something when they released the title track "Vacation" off of their 1982 album of the same name.

Pilgrim Plastics Celebrates 100th Anniversary
January 15, 2013

Pilgrim Plastics, a leading supplier of printed plastic to the promotional products and print distribution industries based in Brockton, Mass., is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2013.

February 1, 2012

Political promotions may be catching a little more flak these days, what with the promised government cutbacks and everything, but that doesn't make them any less crucial to the election process.

Show and Tell
December 1, 2011

Every business knows it's better to not just tell potential customers about your products, but to show them

October 1, 2011

The cold, hard truth about plastic cards is they are a growing market that is here to stay. With less cash on hand or in the bank, plastic cards show up in the form of credit cards, debit cards and gift cards every day.

Pilgrim Plastics Unveils New Website
August 9, 2011

Brockton, Massachusetts-based Pilgrim Plastics, a supplier of plastic promotional products such as cards, luggage tags and rulers, unveiled its new website designed to enhance the sales of the company's distributor base. Users will immediately notice increased speed, as the new site incorporates state-of-the-art web technology.

WCJ Pilgrim Buys Stanley Bostitch
October 20, 2010

Already the largest manufacturer and distibutor of wire used in the Box Stitching and Printing Industries in North, Central, and South America, WCJ Pilgrim Wire became even bigger on Oct. 11 with its purchase of the Stanley Bostitch wire business encompassing box stitching, bookbinding stitching and thredlok wire.

October 1, 2010

In 1914, the year that saw the beginning of Charlie Chaplin's film career and World War I, the Western Union Co. introduced the first consumer charge card. It was printed on paper, required the balance be paid in full every month and was only good for use with Western Union. Nearly a century later, between credit cards, debit cards and gift cards, people are more likely to make a purchase with a plastic card than they are with cash.

Springtime in Baltimore
April 1, 2010

It's not just famous for its inner harbor and crab cakes. It's not just the backdrop of HBO's now defunct The Wire. Many know it as "Charm City," but for the printing industry it's the site of PSDA's annual Print Solutions Conference and Expo from May 24 to 26 at the Baltimore Convention Center.