PRISM News: 2012

PRISM expands with new corporate HQ and advanced molding capabilities

The recession hit PRISM Plastics hard, just like it did the rest of the manufacturers in the automotive supplier world. That was 2008. The next year the Chesterfield Township-based company notched $5 million in revenue. It hit $8 million in 2010 and $12 million in 2011. Revenues spiked to $18 million last year and the company is on track to reach $24 million in 2013, and $30 million next year.

in Plastics Today. Read More

Local auto supplier drives efficiency with more machines and fewer workers. Welcome to the new manufacturing model

Headquartered about 30 miles northeast of Detroit in Chesterfield Township, will purchase and install new Toshiba injection molding machines for its facilities in Chesterfield Township, Mich. and Harlingen, Texas.

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Tech and innovation power Detroit’s manufacturing revival

What’s the likelihood that a company established in November 1999 to supply plastic parts for the auto industry would be thriving some 13 years later, that it would have been able not only to get through the challenges of being a start-up, but that it would have survived the blood-letting that was rife during the latter part of the last decade?

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