TriStar Plastics Opens Midwest Facility

Press Release
Tuesday, June 26, 2012

TriStar Plastics's new Hoffman Estates, IL location houses engineering, sales and distribution of bearing materials

TriStar Plastics, a leader in engineered plastics solutions, announce the opening of a new, 7,000 square foot facility in Hoffman Estates, IL to enhance service to the Midwest region. The new location houses engineering, sales and distribution functions, and triples the size of the company’s previous Midwest facility.

TriStar’s line of self-lubricating bearing materials serve in over 50 industries, including railroad, agriculture, marine, construction and military. The company is the exclusive US distributor of Rulon® bearing materials, and designs and fabricates CJ, Ultracomp®, and TriSteel™ bearings for a range of heavy-duty applications.

Located at 2155 Stonington Avenue in the Village of Hoffman Estates, the new facility is situated along Interstate 90, “The Golden Corridor” business district of metropolitan Chicago. It is one of five nationwide branches of TriStar Plastics , and will be managed by Richard Caldwell, a long-term veteran of the plastics industry.

“The Midwest is a central hub for our manufacturing partners, and we are thrilled to expand our service offerings to them while also building new relationships within the greater-Chicago business community,” Cedrone added.


 

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