Clarkston-based Chase Plastics, a distributor of more than 6,400 specialty, engineering and commodity thermoplastics, announced it was named No. 1 in Plastics News’ “Best Places to Work” program.
“Being named the plastics industry’s best place to work atop a list of world-class organizations that continue to lead our industry — and global economy — is nothing short of humbling,” said Kevin Chase, president, Chase Plastics.
To accommodate its continued growth, Chase Plastics is finalizing expansion projects at its Clarkston headquarters, and at its central distribution center in South Bend, Indiana. In Clarkston, Chase is putting the finishing touches on a newly built $1.3 million customer-support headquarters that boasts a modern, open and collaborative workspace, and industry-leading customer service and supply chain management technology. Both builds are expected to be fully operational by June 2016. In South Bend, construction of the organization’s new $6 million, state-of-the-art central distribution center was recently completed.
Plastics News’ “Best Places to Work” 2016 program surveyed employees at top organizations in the plastics segment in the U.S. and Canada. This year’s winners were announced at the Plastics News Executive Forum in Naples, Florida.
“Since Chase Plastics was founded, our leadership team has remained dedicated to attracting and retaining world-class talent,” said Gustina Sell, human resources manager, Chase Plastics.
Chase Plastics is seeking motivated, experienced candidates to fill engineering, sales, administrative and logistics positions across North America. Visit ChasePlastics.com/careers for more information.
Chase Plastics is currently ranked No. 85 on the Crain’s Detroit Business “Private 200” list, and was recently named one of the publication’s “Cool Places to Work in Michigan.”