“I believe you can succeed by being nice to people.”
People do business with people.
More than 30 years ago, Pete Connors founded Remcon Plastics based on this philosophy of treating everyone with respect, from customers to vendors and employees.
So we built our business based on being human. Doing business should be a pleasure, not a task to be checked off. We treat our customers as individuals with unique qualities and needs. We treat our employees just like our customers. Heck, we’re even nice to the competition.
You could call it commerce with a human touch. We just call it a sensible way to do business.
We design each and every Remcon product to be long-lasting and durable, which translates into tremendous value for our customers. And, like our products, our people are dependable, too. We stand behind the quality and workmanship of every long-lasting Remcon product that leaves our manufacturing facility. We’ll work with you to make sure you get what you need, and that you’re happy with it.
From our incorporation in 1982 to setting industry standards time and again, Remcon continues to find ways to help our customers conduct business more effectively and efficiently. This is how we started down that path, and the major milestones along the way.
We make our products more durable so they last longer and stay stronger. Greater durability means you don’t have to waste time with constant reorders or repairs. You get more value through ongoing cost savings.
Sure, our products are dependable, but we take it further than that. We also make sure our people and our processes are dependable, ensuring a worry-free experience for our customers.
Our guiding principle may sound idealistic to some, but we live it every day. We make plastic products, but we do business with people, all of whom deserve our respect and consideration.
All of our products are made to your exact specifications, ensuring a perfect fit for your needs. And, if you need something we don’t already have, we’ll work with you to make exactly what you need. If you can think it, we’ll find a way to make it.
Military personnel who go above and beyond to rise from enlisted ranks to commissioned officers are referred to as “mustangs.” Remcon founder Pete Connors and other community members formed the Mustang Scholars Foundation to help select students experience the life-changing benefits of higher education in a military environment. Learn more.