E M Innovations Introduces Custom Plastics

E M Innovations Introduces Custom Plastics

Press Release Mar 29, 2012

Custom Plastics from E M Innovations is the answer to modifying an item to try to meet your needs when working with boxes and cases that just don’t fit your application.

We will design and create custom trays, boxes, organizers, dispensers and more to your specifications. We transform your idea into a reality and create FREE computer designs to step you through the process.

Acrylic, PETG, polycarbonate, polystyrene, HDPE or PVC materials are used to create products for your specific needs.  Locks can be incorporated into your design and different options are available. If you don’t need a lock but require some security we design to accommodate breakable security seals.  No minimum orders and no design or setup fees. We ship your order within 10 days of design approval. It’s that simple!

Contact us today for additional information or to get started on your next project! Call Spencer Fullerton at 614/593-5534, e-mail spencer@eminnovations.com or visit http://www.eminnovations.com/.

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