Montville Plastics now offers scuff liner boards for the insides of trucks and trailers, launching its latest product line for the transportation industry. The company’s HDPE heavy duty scuff boards provide protection against damage from tow motor punctures and cargo pallets.
As an alternative to wood and aluminum liners, Montville’s scuff liner boards offer the flexibility and durability fleet owners require to extend their trucks’ service life and reduce maintenance costs. The company specializes in creating custom scuff profiles for specific dimensions, as well as standard 12-inch-wide liners available in black or white. Standard lengths are 27’, 47’, and 52’. These new scuff boards offer a floor lip turn-down to increase scuff life and provide a snag-free surface.
“We’ve created custom profiles since the late 1970s, and we’re continually innovating with new products based on the needs of our customers,” said Jay Roberts, President of Montville Plastics. “Our focus in the transportation industry allows us genuinely understand what our customers need: products that decrease weight on vehicles with durable materials to help lower maintenance costs. We know this highly regulated industry and understand what it takes to meet safety requirements.”
About Montville Plastics
Montville Plastics has created custom profiles since 1977, and today we continue to offer a full line of seals and gaskets for the transportation industry. All products are created in our 150,000-square-foot facilities outside Cleveland, Ohio. We outsource nothing: from project concept with our in-house design team to injection molding, assembly and shipping, we can handle it all.
Come out and see us at the Greater Ohio Design-2-Part Show, running today and tomorrow at the John S. Knight Center in Akron. D2P is known as the area’s largest contract manufacturing trade show.
The show is a great chance for attendees to compare suppliers, meet them in person, and help to reduce costs. There will be more than 300 manufacturing categories represented from metal, plastics, rubber and electronics. The show is free to attend and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
For just about any industry that utilizes manufacturing, D2P is an opportunity to find quality suppliers, discover new technologies, and solve manufacturing challenges.
Montville Plastics is an exhibitor and will showcase our design and tooling capabilities at booth #610. If you’re in attendance, stop by our booth to say hello. We’d love to meet you!
Recently, the families of Montville and Iron Horse companies came together for our 2nd annual employee and family appreciation picnic. On behalf of everyone at Montville and Iron Horse Engineering, we are so thankful for our team members and everything they do to make it such a great place to work.
Held at Pioneer Waterland, there were plenty of prizes, food and fun-filled activities. But before we get into raffle prizes and pictures, I’d love to explain more about how fantastic our employees are.
The first half of 2016 was spent focused on our company priority of improving safety. We just started the second half of the year with our new priority: keeping our eyes on the “little things” we can each do every day to continually improve. We’ve grown to more than 50 team members and continue to look for quality people who want to be part of our winning team. We genuinely cherish our teammates who’ve been with us for 10+ years and help to provide training and guidance for our newest team members. I am so excited to see how our continued growth gives even more opportunities for our long-time and new associates.
Our picnic was a chance to bring everyone together, with the “Montville Exclusive” the most sought-after prize giveaway: more than $150 in tools, $50 Home Depot gift card, polo shirts, and one paid day off.
We gave away awards for team members with perfect attendance and plenty of raffle prizes. Everyone enjoyed the hot dog bar (everything from chili and cheese to muffuletta), our very own Chuck and Nick made delicious pulled pork, and plenty of others brought their favorite sides and desserts to round out the picnic.
Water slides, miniature golf, corn hole, go-cart competitions … We had a blast and look forward to next year!
Again … Thank You
Jay Roberts, president
Montville Plastics & Rubber recently hired Paul Wallbrown as their Vice President of Operations. He will be responsible for managing the manufacturing production process while ensuring there is continuous working collaboration with all other business areas to capitalize on opportunities while managing risk.
Wallbrown previously spent 14 years at Landmark Plastic, beginning as a Thermoforming Setup Supervisor and rising through the ranks to become the Production Manager. There, he oversaw the entire manufacturing process and worked to bridge communication from other areas in the company.
“Paul has extensive knowledge in plastics and processing, coupled with an open-door management style,” said Jay Roberts, President of Montville Plastics & Rubber. “He really focuses on empowering his team and mentoring them. This matches the culture we are building.”
Wallbrown will further develop the company’s evolving manufacturing processes, policies and programs.
Montville Plastics started in 1977 and continues today as a leader in custom plastics extrusion with facilities spanning over 150,000 SF in Parkman.
Each year, ASMC members and client companies ascend upon Washington DC for its annual “Hill Day,” where manufacturers like Montville Plastics & Rubber can meet with their respective Congressional delegation to advocate for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) program in its annual appropriations process.
American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) members provide unparalleled support to the MEP program and the manufacturing community with a focus on improving the manufacturing industry’s competitiveness through innovative solutions to products and processes.
The two-day event begins March 1, 2016, which includes an opening reception to celebrate attendees’ achievements in manufacturing. Featured speakers include Delaware Senator Christopher Coons, Michigan Senator Gary Peters, and New York Congressman Tom Reed.
Wednesday’s agenda includes an informal seminar on legislative activities and approaching congressional offices to request increased funding for the MEP program. Attendees can also hear from fellow manufacturing colleagues with lessons and tips on how to build effective congressional relationships. Manufacturers will also have the opportunity to meet with their delegation in House and Senate office buildings.