Before I joined Moorland Plastics I didn’t realise the importance of Civil Engineering Plastics. Now I think the opportunities are endless. Thanks to one of our closest business partners, my eyes have been opened to the possibilities.
Take the Cutty Sark for instance. It’s the oldest tea clipper in existence, and in a couple of months time it will be opened to the general public. The ship is held together by nuts manufactured by Moorland Plastics, which we produced on behalf of our customer. Through a mix of their expertise in civil, and our approach to product design and knowledge of plastics we’ve become part of history in the making.
Looking to the future, civil engineering plastics will become even more important. We’re already connecting with universities to become involved in nanotechnology. In the months to come I am really looking forward to seeing how far we can take civil engineering plastic manufacturing. My guess will be beyond our wildest imaginations.
About the Author – James Smith
Sales and Marketing Manager for Moorland Plastics