Dutchland Plastics LLC
Dutchland Plastics wins praise for the complex rotomolded parts it produces, finishes and ships directly to its clients’ customers.
By Russ Gager
When lower quantities of large or complex plastic parts are required, the cost-effective and high-quality answer often is rotomolding. That technique has been mastered by Dutchland Plastics since 1967 and enabled the company to nearly double its revenue from 2013 to 2015 and to become one of the top 10 custom rotational molders in the United States.
“It’s a pretty exciting time,” CEO Clyde Swoger declares. “We manufacture a broad, almost a dizzying array of different products for our customers. We would consider ourselves a higher-volume rotational molder. We’re not really a job shop. We would tend to make things that are in modest to large quantities, at least for a rotomolder. Most of our products would be thousands of units a year or more, and some products would be in the tens of thousands of units.”