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Plastech Moulding

Specialising in High Volume Manufacturing solutions


Plastech Moulding set up its modern manufacturing facility in 2017 to provide a solution for the high volume manufacture of foldable forks for one of its leading customers that had previously sourced these in Asia. Based on a modern business park with room to grow following the recent BRC accreditation we are keen to expand our business and provide innovative manufacturing solutions for other customers wishing to source their products from the UK.

Using our long experience in the plastic injection moulding industry and latest generation equipment and extensive range of top quality suppliers we are well placed to provide your business with an innovative manufacturing solution for your product, that delivers the volume, quality and cost you need to fulfil your requirements.


Plastech Moulding offers a unique, modern approach to traditional means of plastic manufacturing. Their sustainable, high-volume and efficient approach is what sets them apart from their competitors within the industry.

We wanted to represent that within their brand and evolve the business into an all-encompassing manufacturing business that is sustainable for the future.


It was vitally important that we website showcased the brand and its ideas from the second a user opens it. A clean and modern website, using imagery and graphics to drive engagement with the user was the main target for this website.


Since the release of P-M’s new website, they have seen a large improvement on conversion and enquiries through the website. With overall feedback suggesting the website was very easy to navigate and got the companies message across in a very effective way.

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“We employed SmartaStudio to re-design our Plastech Moulding website and build a new site, revolutionise our brand for 2021. We met with the SmartaStudio team at their offices and whilst the build was taking place we revisited and spent the day working with the design team whilst the project edged closer to being live.”

Stephen Rundle, Managing Director, Plastech Industries