CHESS PLASTICS Limited of Droitwich, Worcestershire at K 2019 in Düsseldorf -- K Trade Fair

CHESS PLASTICS Limited

Unit 2, Berry Hill Industrial Estate, George Baylis Road, WR9 9RB Droitwich, Worcestershire
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Telephone +44 1905 791043
Fax +44 1905 794495
glyn.olden@chessplastics.co.uk

Hall map

K 2019 hall map (Hall 7, level 2): stand C18

Fairground map

K 2019 fairground map: Hall 7, level 2

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Semi-finished products, technical parts and reinforced plastics
  • 02.03  Supplying
  • 02.03.002  Plastics products and parts for automotive

Plastics products and parts for automotive

About us

Company details

Midlands based Chess Plastics have been in the business of plastic injection moulding for over 45 years, customers and suppliers have watched Chess Plastics expand from a small family operation to a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week success.
We are still owned and run by the Olden family who proudly employ a team of excellent employees many of whom contribute via lean manufacture to a culture synonymous with continuous improvements.

In order to stay at the cutting edge of plastics manufacturing, Chess Plastics places significant importance on investment in new modern machinery which helps in expanding our capabilities, whether it's a larger injection mould tool or a more precise engineering part, we want all our machines to provide peak performance so that they allow our work to reach customer requirements.

What is produced?
The wide range of machines at Chess Plastics means that we can produce medium to large injection mouldings from 500 grams to 12,000 grams in weight. 

Many traditional materials are being replaced by plastics due to their durability, strength, low cost and low weight - in particular, the automotive industry has increased plastic usage from 8.5% by weight in a typical car in 1984, up to approximately 11%. Such 'metal replacement' in cars can help to reduce total car weight and therefore reduce emissions of CO2.

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