Tessy Plastics Corporation

Since 1973 Tessy Plastics Corporation has excelled at custom injection molding and contract manufacturing providing complete engineering and manufacturing solutions to the Medical, Consumer Healthcare, Packaging, and Personal Care Industries. From design to global distribution we offer an array of services to ensure your finished medical device or personal care package gets to market; specializing in product design and development, rapid prototyping, complex manufacturing, high-speed assembly and an extensive list of post molding processes.

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At a marina in Moundsville, West Virginia, Dan Williamson looked out across the Ohio River at a quiet stretch of land on the other side. “There’s a little activity going on,” said Williamson, a spokesman for PTT — an oil and gas company based in Thailand that wants to build an ethane cracker on the far side of the river, in Dilles Bottom, Ohio. “But really we’re kind of in between phases right now.” The plant would turn the region’s plentiful natur...

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