Anchor Plastics Sees Bright Future

Minnesota-based injection molding company Anchor Plastics sees bright future in a poor economy and troubled market.

Minneapolis, MN, July 11, 2009 --( With the economy under stress, it is more important than ever for companies to be proactive in managing their portfolio of suppliers. Anchor Plastics would be a great addition to any such portfolio, especially given its financial discipline. Automation and low overhead allow Anchor to pass on savings to its customers. By conserving cash and avoiding debt, Anchor’s management has ensured the company’s long-term viability as an excellent, service-based supplier.

“Out of the first half of the year, we have only experienced two down months,” notes Steve Rogers, President of Anchor Plastics, Inc. “June was a positive month and we are forecasting an increase in sales of 10% starting in August.” Rogers’ plan for the future is clear. “I’m only 35 years old, so you can count on me doing this for another 30 years.”

Anchor Plastics, Inc. is a manufacturer of injection-molded products. For over 40 years, Anchor has specialized in high precision plastics, designs, and processes. Its market is diverse and includes but is not limited to automotive, aerospace, military, and medical. Anchor attributes most of its success to the quality of its customers. Therefore, it is committed to improving its products and services so as to enable the continued prosperity of both its employees and its customers.

Anchor Plastics, Inc.
Carly Sparpana
763-546-2401 x 109