Olcott Plastics

Centrally located in Chicagoland area, Olcott Plastics produces hundreds of various plastic jars, plastic caps and closures combinations. Operating twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, we offer quality plastic products at fair prices in reasonable time frames. Olcott Plastics was founded in 1969 as a division of Damen Tool & Engineering Co. of Chicago, Illinois. Damen Tool & Engineering was originally founded in 1944 by Joseph F. Brodner Sr., Joseph F. Brodner Jr. and Peter Brodner to service the booming Chicago industrial market.

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