Major Milestones

Our Start
KLW Plastics was founded in 2005 by KODA Enterprises Group with a vision to deliver the highest quality plastic, tight-head containers in the industry. Headquartered in Monroe, Ohio, KLW shipped its first containers in April 2005. KLW Plastic’s approach has always been simple – provide packaging solutions on time, competitively priced and produced in the most technologically advanced manufacturing facilities.

A National Expansion
In 2008, KLW Plastics tripled in capacity and opened a second manufacturing site in Houston, Texas. By 2012, KLW established a third manufacturing facility in Atlanta, Georgia and in November 2013, KLW announced an expansion to its Monroe, Ohio facility. The expansion includes an additional 25,000 sq. ft. to accommodate additional office, manufacturing and warehouse needs.

Commitment to Sustainability
KLW Plastics is committed to contributing to a more sustainable environment. In 2014, KLW began production of tight-head containers made of 60-100% post-consumer resin as well as light weight “hybrid” containers that combine this technology with a corrugated container. With these products, industrial container users can reduce virgin plastic content, recycle and reuse containers, and in many cases reduce container weights of both plastic and corrugated materials.

KLW Today
In 2014, KLW Plastics announced Scott Dowrey as the new President and CEO. KLW is committed to continual innovation in the packaging industry and enabling our customers to be leaders in their respective industries.

Quality

Quality

Strength in product and in purpose, KLW is ISO 9001:2008 certified and works to continually improve processes and ensure in-use reliability

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Technology

Technology

Our state-of-the-art manufacturing technology and highly automated processes deliver true product advantages

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Service

Service

Our care-team approach,
at work every day on every need, ensures customer satisfaction

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Quality

Sustainability

KLW Plastics is committed to reducing our raw material usage, recycling more and reusing production materials so they do not end up in landfills

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