New Appointment Polystar Plastics Ltd has recently appointed Ralph Arrow as Operation Project Manager to ensure the company continues to develop and improve its operations processes and capitalise on its significant investment projects. Ralph will work closely with the Directors and management team developing the operations process to improve operational efficiencies. Polystar is investing heavily
Polystar now Members of British Plastics Federation Polystar Plastics are proud to announce that were are now official members of the British Plastics Federation, a leading institution in the UK plastics industry. This is a testament to our continued success in growth and our dedicated work towards producing sustainable products for all of our customers.
The Polystar Plastics team attended the annual Food Service Packaging Awards on the 9th of March. It was a fantastic evening event and a great chance to meet many key personnel in the food service arena. They also had a stand, which enabled them to promote some of their key products, which included their range
Southampton based polythene manufacturer Polystar Plastics has appointed Paul Toby as transformation director to strengthen its team and market focus. Mr Toby will work closely with the management team helping support the new growth strategy. He will also focus on all the company key initiatives as Polystar completes its final building phase and moves into new
Southampton based polythene manufacturer Polystar Plastics has appointed Mike Lloyd as technical director. Lloyd will work closely with the management team helping support the development of existing and new products. Polystar said his vast manufacturing experiences and his knowledge working with polymers and especially technical blends will be an extremely positive benefit to the
Following the recent European referendum result, companies buying polythene-based materials from the continent now run the risk of being affected in the short-to-long term by potential issues with economic growth, interest rates, exchange rates, trade and transport regulations and production or demand levels. Southampton based polythene manufacturer Polystar Plastics, has revealed plans to produce an