Case Study – Food Industry

SAY Plastics Brings Sweet Solution to World’s #1 Confectioner

For this project, SAY Plastics worked with the #1 confectionary company in the world. As the leading manufacturer of a variety of chocolate, chewing gum, mints and fruity confections, they employ over 34,000 employees globally and distribute their world-famous brands in over 180 countries.

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Case Study – Recreation Industry

SAY Plastics Delivers the Need for Speed to the Recreation Market

Stone Mountain Park is a popular family destination that offers seasonal snow attractions including Atlanta’s only 400-foot tubing hill. Full Spectrum works with various suppliers to provide the snow tubes for Stone Mountain’s tubing hill. The company specializes in high-profile productions including light shows, audio/visual experiences and multi-media installations.




Case Study – Entertainment Industry

SAY Plastics Supports Larger-Than-Life Video Project for Entertainment Industry

Any project is cooler when it involves Grammy and Emmy Award-winning performers – and lots of videos and lasers. That’s exactly the kind of project that SAY Plastics was part of when they were hired to develop thermoformed parts for a world-famous music star’s concert tour.




Case Study – Clair Global

SAY Plastics Helps Bring New WiFi Experience to NFL Stadium

In August 2014, the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars announced a long list of improvements to their home stadium, EverBank Field. The upgrades, ranging from new video technologies to unique seating features like spa cabanas, also included free WiFi for the fans who fill the 67,000-seat venue. The new WiFi network gives fans the bandwidth to use their mobile devices inside the stadium and get a highly connected, interactive game-day experience.

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Case Study – Harley-Davidson

SAY Plastics & the leading North American motorcycle manufacturer Hit the Road with New Material Handling System

Waste. Increased labor. Safety concerns. Damaged product. These were issues facing the Customer Vehicle Operations division. Chrome wheels from a supplier were being shipped to the motorcycle assembly plant on hand-built, plywood pallets that were protected in foam and shrink-wrapped for transport.




Case Study – Daimler Bus North America

SAY Plastics Delivers (Fast) for Global Customer’s New Product Launch

Daimler Bus North America’s next generation transit bus was scheduled for production with a firm release date when it was determined that the existing plastics supplier would not be able to support the launch. Scheduling issues were compounded by the fact that several parts still needed to be finalized. Some parts were still in the design phase and had not advanced to prototype. Many parts required assemblies. Specialty “Docket 90” Low Smoke and Low Flame materials in custom colors and textures were also needed in order to meet the project’s requirements.