Case Study: Hockey Dasher Board Manufacturer
Plastic profile for sports safety
A company that supplies dasher boards to 75% of National Hockey League arenas wanted to improve player safety by softening the blow of board collisions. Their plan was to create an impact-absorbing cover for the tops of boards which would reduce the risk of injury without sacrificing the aesthetic appeal of the dasher boards.
Case Study: Entry Door Frame Manufacturer
Create easy-to-assemble and maintain, attractive door frame
A major manufacturer of entry door frames wanted to create a product that looked good and was easy to assemble and maintain.
Case Study: National Office Products Manufacturer
Develop a game-changing design for an industry standard
Smead, a national office products manufacturer, wanted to introduce a game-changing improvement to the traditional green hanging file folders that have been an industry mainstay.
Case Study: Window and Door Manufacturer
Fabrication and welding of multiple colors and plastic profiles
A major window manufacturer set out to introduce a new, high definition glazing bead to improve the aesthetics of its double hung window.
Case Study: Refrigerator Manufacturer
Replace powder-coated steel with cost-saving plastic extrusion
White powder-coated steel has a distinctive look but can be very expensive. Recreating that look with a plastic extrusion profile was the challenge Intek Plastics was given by a leading refrigerator manufacturer for its shelve edging.
Case Study: Agricultural Products Distributor
Reduce lead times and inventory levels
An agricultural products distributor contacted Intek Plastics searching for a domestic supplier to help reduce lead times and inventory levels without increasing overall product cost.