In the world of polymers, Matti Holtzberg is a legend – and Littlestar Plastics is honored to be a part of his latest push to bring the automotive industry into the 21st century.
Like most companies, we carefully plan capital purchases at Littlestar Plastics. One consideration in that planning process is the voice of our customers. When they recommend an investment that will lead to additional opportunities, we are not afraid to act.
In January, we were honored to welcome United Technologies Corporation to Littlestar to officially receive UTC Supplier Gold status.
Carey Priest joined Littlestar Plastics in late 2017 after a nearly 40-year career that started with Amoco Chemical when the company was at the forefront of developing such polymers as Torlon.
MACHESNEY PARK — Littlestar Plastics, which has been designing and manufacturing plastic parts and components by machining and injection-molding for 26 years, has been lauded by United Technologies Corp. for its dedication to quality.
To remain in business for more than 25 years making components for industries such as aerospace and food production, quality has to be a top priority.
Companies choose Littlestar Plastics for many reasons. Some choose Littlestar because we can produce functional prototypes used to develop revolutionary new aircraft components. Others choose Littlestar because we can machine components out of high performance polymers like Torlon and Glass Filled Peek (GF PEEK) that were only previously possible with heavier and more costly metals. But, companies return to Littlestar because of our relentless focus on helping them exceed their goals.
The management team of Littlestar Plastics joined several other groups Friday, Sept. 8, to build two playgrounds for the Northeast Family YMCA campus.
Littlestar Plastics has long been one of the world’s top companies when it comes to turning polymers into parts other companies won’t even attempt. Three new molding presses now make it one of the very companies in the world that can injection mold parts up to two pounds.
Littlestar Plastics has spent 25 years cementing its reputation as one of the most innovative plastics companies in the world. But the company has largely flown under the radar in its own community. The Rockford (Illinois) Register Star finally takes a look at Littlestar’s growth potential.