Plastic Products adds new designs to its Name Plate Holders line

New looks for acrylic name plate holders add broader appeal to rapidly growing popularity
Dec. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Capitalizing on the initial success of its breakthrough Partition Name Plate Holder, Plastic Products Manufacturing (PPM) today revealed three new display styles designed to meet growing workplace needs with even more unique options.
  Already a smashing success with use in office partitions, PPM’s new designs are intended to go beyond the cubicle.  Wall Mount, Slant Back, and Table Tent versions are being released to give these dynamic acrylic name plate holders ( ) more versatility, not just for placement purposes but also to add more dimensions in style and appeal.  
  PPM President William Saunders, put it this way.  “It didn’t take long for us to realize just how popular our new partition name plate holders have become, so we thought, why stop at just cubicles?  We believe these new additions will only enhance the wild popularity we’ve seen already.  It’s always our aim to give the customers what they want… and when it comes to name plate holders, we really are setting a whole new standard in more ways than one!”  
  Citing the latest additions, Saunders pointed to the Table Tent Name Plate Holder- a thick acrylic display with side loading capability for either side of a tent shape that adds appeal to desks and counter tops.  Recognizing the wide range of name plate widths and heights, these attractive and functional table tents are initially available in eight sizes to match customer needs.
  A Wall Mount Name Plate Holder has also been designed to answer demand.  With characteristic toughness, this clear acrylic display also exhibits a great deal of eye appeal.  For added convenience, PPM decided to offer fastening devices for customer requests.  Velcro, magnetic strips, and double sided tape can be included with the shipment of this newest wall mount holder.
  The traditional look of Slant Back Name Plate Holders ( )  has also been transformed.  “The slant back shape has displayed names and titles for as long as name plate holders have been in existence,” said Saunders.  “We felt it was time to give this classic style a whole new look – with an acrylic touch.  With its rectangular shape, flat base, and side-loading horizontally slanted holder, we’ve managed to take an older design and elevate it to a whole new level.”  
  Following the successful unveiling of the Partition Name Plate Holder, Saunders and PPM are confident that these newest styles will only enhance sales and greatly increase demand once prospective customers recognize the versatility in placement options.  All four of these acrylic name plate holder styles are available immediately for shipment and can also be ordered online.  Expect more announcements about introductory pricing.
  Specializing in manufacturing and distributing Acrylic Display Products, Signage, and Point-of-Purchase displays for more than three decades, Plastic Products Manufacturing has long been an industry leader.  PPM has a strong reputation for its top quality standards, outstanding delivery, and an exclusive “Customer Bill of Rights.”  The company’s sign holders, literature displays, chart pockets, display holders, and other industry leading displays are immensely popular across a broad cross-section of industries, including hospitality, medical, automotive, and food service operations.
  Among its top accounts, PPM serves the needs of Glaxo Smith Kline, H & R Block, Proctor and Gamble, Starbucks, WalMart, Walgreens, Hertz, T-Mobile, Target, and Honda just to name a few.  For more information about PPM and insight into these upcoming new developments, please visit
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