Patrick Plastics relocates to Markham, Ont.
New Markham facility doubles the square footage available for manufacturing, the company said.
Injection molder and moldmaker Patrick Plastics Inc. (PPI) has relocated from Vaughan, Ont. to a new, larger manufacturing facility in Markham, Ont.
According to company officials, the move came about, first, because of PPI’s increasing involvement in the aerospace parts industry. “The achievement of AS9100 approval at the Markham site has resulted in significant interest from the aerospace sector, and we needed to increase capacity to cope with this anticipated growth,” said Carl Hung, president of Season Group, which owns PPI. “In moving to Markham, we have not only doubled the square footage available for manufacturing, but have also invested in a facility that sits on 4.3 acres of land to allow for further expansion.”
Second, PPI anticipates a growth in its other injection molding services and electronic assembly. “Being located in Markham provides us with a significant improvement in transport links to key customers who are showing interest in regionalizing their supply chains,” said Linda Young, PPI’s general manager. “With this move to Markham, we are ready for a growth in demand for our services.”
PPI’s new address is 1495 Denison Street, Markham.
PPI was founded 1983 with primary activities in OEM tooling/die manufacturing, injection molding, and electro-mechanical systems assembly. In 1993, the company established its S-TECH electronics division, which manufactures home safety products specializing in carbon monoxide alarms, and natural gas and propane gas detectors.