Reading, PA — Remcon Plastics, Inc., a leading roto-molding company, is proud to announce the addition of James Connors as Director of Design. James is an Industrial Designer with over a decade of professional experience. Throughout his career, James has worked for and consulted with companies such as Peloton, CTRL-Labs, KitchenAid, Colgate-Palmolive, Bare and other New York based design firms. He has overseen the development process of a variety of successful products, including the award-winning Peloton Bootcamp Weights and the CTRL-Labs CTRL-kit. In his career, he has collaborated closely with engineering and graphic design marketing teams to ensure a cohesive brand identify. James has also taught several college classes on design, given workshops at Industrial Design conferences and has his own podcast about Industrial Design.

James is excited about joining the Remcon team, “Off and on since 2006, I have worked for Remcon at every level of the business, from the factory floor to the engineering department. The enthusiasm and tenacity of the current team makes me more excited than ever to join the business full-time. In my role, I hope to take what I have learned so far in my career to design thoughtfully developed products for our clients and provide Remcon with the cohesive brand identify it has earned.”

Please join us in welcoming James to our team. James’ creativity, passion and thoughtful design innovation will be invaluable to Remcon as we continue to grow and innovate. We are confidents James’ skills and experience will be a tremendous asset to our continued success.

About Remcon:

Remcon Plastics, Inc., is headquartered in Reading, Pennsylvania, and has been in business since 1982. Remcon is a Rotational Molding Company with a 40-year reputation for solutions you can trust.   Remcon offers a proprietary line of polyethylene material handling and traffic safety products.  Remcon specializes in working with the following industries: Meat & Poultry; Pharma & Nutraceutical; Produce & Food Processing; Chemical; Candy Making; Grain, Feed, Bakery, Traffic Safety Control, and Construction. To learn more, please visit