December 20, 2021 – Good Marketing, Inc., of Cleveland, OH, a new business development and tech transfer firm, has announced a partnership with Erie, PA-based The Plastek Group.

Founded in 1956, The Plastek Group is a world class manufacturer of plastic packaging and product utilizing recycled plastics and bio-resins for the Personal Care, Home Care, Food & Beverage, Cosmetics, and Pharmaceutical Industries and is well established among a wide range of Fortune-500 companies. With a specialization in Industrial Design, Product and Package Development, Mold Design and Build, Injection, Injection Blow, and Injection Stretch Blow Molding as well as value added Assembly and Decorating, Plastek is now focused on expansion to other relevant markets.

“With production facilities in the U.S., Mexico, Brazil, and the UK, The Plastek Group offers a significant manufacturing advantage to businesses across the U.S. that are challenged by increased production and shipping costs and other supply chain concerns from traditional contract manufacturing partnerships in China,” said Bruce Good, Vice President of Good Marketing. “The timing couldn’t be any better to highlight Plastek’s production expertise and significant market advantages and efficiencies to establish and grow their presence in other categories and industries.”

To best leverage this opportunity, Good Marketing will be facilitating Plastek’s launch into other markets that can benefit from Plastek’s unique manufacturing locations and supply chain efficiencies. “We look forward to growing our business with Good Marketing and their access to many of the markets that are most relevant for our continued growth including juvenile products, consumer packaged goods, and others,” stated Donald Prischak, Vice President, Sales, The Plastek Group. “We are fortunate to have domestic production facilities and others in the Western Hemisphere that offer a substantial opportunity for companies moving their production from China to ease supply chain constraints and establish sustainable costing structures.”