Thermoforming Awards for Plastic Components

Allied Plastics Honoree at SPE 2016 Thermoforming Awards

Allied Plastics won Silver in the Heavy Gauge Value Added Category at the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) 2016 Thermoforming Conference. The honored Plastic Thermoform manufactured product was a Case Assembly for a Marine Propeller. The conference took place in Schaumburg, Illinois, from September 26-28, 2016. Everyone at Allied Plastics is proud of this awards recognition of innovation and ingenuity from SPE who is highly respected in the Thermoforming industry.

Allied Plastics won Silver in the Thermoforming Heavy Gauge, Value Add Thermoforming Awards 2016 category from Society of Plastics Engineers

SPE Thermoforming Competition 2016
Allied Plastics Awarded Silver in the Heavy-Gauge, Value Added Category

Allied Plastics Honoree at SPE 2015 Thermoforming Awards

Allied Plastics (Twin Lakes, WI) garnered both the Heavy Gauge Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) Gold Award and People’s Choice Award in the SPE Thermoforming Conference Parts Competition.

The mobile light tower enclosure uses TPO in varying color combinations, and has a starting thickness of 0.275 in. for the front and 0.325 in. for the rear. The depth of draw versus multiple potential undercut features needed to be addressed.

Allied Plastics Awarded Gold in the Heavy-Gauge Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) Category

SPE Thermoforming Competition 2015
Allied Plastics Awarded Gold in the Heavy-Gauge Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) Category

2013 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award Nominees Revealed

Celebrating its 26th year, the MOTY program acknowledges a diverse array of manufacturers of all sizes and sectors of the economy for their significant economic contributions to the great state of Wisconsin.

Allied Plastics is Kenosha County Business of the Year

Allied Plastics Inc. in Twin Lakes has more than doubled its employment since the beginning of 2011. It also saw 28.8 percent revenue growth from 2010 to 2011.

The custom thermoforming company is on track to hit between $27 million and $30 million in sales this year and now has 157 full-time and about 50 temporary employees, said Tim Neal, who co-owns the company with Steve Wieder.

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Allied Plastics Custom Thermoforming wins Biz Times Magazine 2011 Award

Kenosha County Business of the Year
Allied Plastics Awarded Silver in the Heavy-Gauge, Value Added Category

Allied Plastics Honoree at SPE 2010 Thermoforming Awards

Allied Plastics won Gold in the Heavy Gauge Value Added Category at the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) 2010 Thermoforming Conference. The honored Plastic Thermoform manufactured product was a Front Bumper with Air Silencer Intake. Everyone at Allied Plastics is proud of this awards recognition of innovation and ingenuity from SPE who is highly respected in the Thermoforming industry.

Thermoformed Front Bumper Air Silencer Intake–Allied Plastics

SPE Thermoforming Competition 2010
Allied Plastics Awarded Gold in the Heavy-Gauge, Value Added Category