Continued growth for Omega Plastics

Continued growth for Omega Plastics

Omega Plastics, a North East tooling and plastic injection moulding manufacturer, is set to double turnover this year to £8.5m following its merger with Washington-based Signal Plastics in 2015.

The company’s recent growth has also seen it multiply its workforce, upping its sales team from one to four.

Furthermore, Omega is due to open a 42,000 sq ft automotive manufacturing plant in Washington to increase productivity and meet high demand for their services within the automotive, medical and FMCG industries.

“The new Washington facility is ideally located in close proximity to several other automotive manufacturers including Nissan and Calsonic Kansei,” says Norman Hoggett, technical sales director for Omega Plastics.

“Looking ahead, the next 12 months promise to be an exciting time for the business.

“Our key priorities include further investment in people, plant and machinery as we work to establish Omega Plastics as a serious contender in the prototype development, production tooling and injection moulding industry in the UK.”