Plastic Graphic Company
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.
Plastic Graphic Company, a 40-year-old family owned plastic printer, specializing in the printing and production of plastic cards and other printed plastics announced the addition of three sales executives.
Headquartered in Wauconda, Ill., Plastic Graphic Company has added a new Oasys Collater (tacking process prior to lamination), as well as a second eight-opening Burkle Laminator and a second Oasys punch press to its equipment list. The increased production capabilities enable Plastic Graphic Company to manufacture laminated plastic cards and other plastic items at a reduced cost and with a quicker turn time. In addition, the new equipment provides the ability to produce more than 300 million cards annually. Established in 1970, Plastic Graphic Company supplies printed plastic cards, rulers, slide charts, key tags, templates and P.O.P displays, as well as a variety of custom
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Plastic Graphic, Wauconda, Ill., is in the process of installing a second Burkle platen laminator--doubling the company's capacity to produce plastic laminated gift/membership cards and other plastic printed items. Plastic Graphic will also install an Oasys punch/die cut system to complement the added lamination capacity. For more information, call (847) 487-2030 or visit www.plasticgraphic.com.
From gift cards to door hangers, printed plastic products are steadily replacing their paper-made counterparts, and in turn, multiplying industry profits. Just as the coveted department store gift card and the ever-present 60-minute pre-paid phone card have made a name for themselves, plastic cards and products are also taking on an increasingly dominant role in today's business practices. Arthur Blank & Co., a Boston-based supplier of private-label plastic cards, produces a variety of cards, including gift cards, membership and identification cards, access control cards and loyalty program cards. While color and design are usually the first attributes that capture customers' attention, there is more