Chase Plastics has formed a new supplier partnership with Wisconsin-based Interfacial to bring unique resin solution in order to provide exceptional value and service to customers. The relationship coming into existence with immediate effect will offer Chase Plastics’ customers the opportunity to work in tandem with a Research and Development (R&D) focused supplier to develop non-existent material and process solutions.
The new venture focuses on providing materials that are custom made and meet the specific needs of the customer and their business goals. The collaboration between Chase Plastics and Interfacial will build the ability to create and develop custom materials including sustainable materials, advanced composites, and specialty compounds to fill the gap in non-existing material solution.
Adam Paulson, Vice President, Chase Plastics’, said, “We’re excited about the capabilities and resources Interfacial will provide to our customers. With the addition of their team and expertise, we’re not only rounding out our product and service portfolio but creating more value for our customers – something in which we strive for every day.”
Interfacial, founded in 2015, focuses on the development and commercialization of technology platforms in the area of advanced materials and manufacturing processes for the plastics and composites industry. The company’s core competency is in Advanced Composites, Specialty Compounding, Sustainable Materials, and Additive Manufacturing. Interfacial has achieved >100% CAGR, has revenues just over $10 million.
Chase Plastic Services, Inc., founded in 1992, is a stocking distributor offering more than 18,000 varieties of specialty, engineering and commodity thermoplastics from the industry’s leading manufacturers and global suppliers. A top-ten U.S. engineering plastics distributor, Chase Plastics help customers by Redefining Resin Distribution. The Company supports with blending, repacking, inventory management and logistics services.