Corporate Culture

Enabling polymer technology to improve the quality of life"™

Corporate Events

Annual Golf, Softball, & Pool Tournaments, Company Sponsored Races, Holiday Events & Fundraisers

Corporate Wellness Program

On-Site Fitness Center, Fitness Class, Health Coaching, Farmer’s Market & PPC Café & Lounge

Community Involvement

Submitted by kseaward on Wed, 12/26/2012 - 15:54

This holiday season the Putnam Plastics family held a 50/50 raffle to benefit both an employee and a charity. A total of $667 was raised through raffle ticket sales. The winner of the raffle, Rick Lupien, took home 50% of the earnings while the other half will be donated to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund. The Sandy Hook School Support Fund "provides support services to the families and community that has been affected."

Submitted by kseaward on Thu, 11/01/2012 - 16:20

Putnam Plastics was fortunate enough to make it through Hurricane Sandy unscathed. Our thoughts go out to all of those affected. Just a day after the storm swept through town, the Putnam Plastics family came together to lift spirits with a company wide "costume party" that benefited the local food pantry.

Submitted by kseaward on Fri, 08/31/2012 - 10:07

This past Friday, Putnam Plastics joined sister company, Foster Corporation for our annual Golf Classic. The tournament was held at the Connecticut National Golf Course in Putnam, CT. This year $2,343 was raised to benefit the American Diabetes Association! 

Submitted by kseaward on Tue, 08/21/2012 - 10:33

PPC CEO Jim Dandeneau (4th from right) at $2.9 million markPutnam Plastics’ CEO James Dandeneau joined local community members to help Day Kimball Hospital’s emergency department “Care in a Heartbeat” campaign reach its $3 million goal. This campaign was created to raise funds for the renovations, including expanding and modernizing the Emergency Department facility. Day Kimball currently receives over 30,000 visits each year to its Emergency Department – a facility that was originally built to handle only 18,000 visits annually.

Submitted by kseaward on Wed, 05/30/2012 - 10:30

Large diameter medical monofilaments between 0.025 in. (0.64 mm) and 0.100 in. (2.54 mm) are generally not stock items from current suppliers of medical monofilaments.  Custom manufacturing these sizes requires increased extrusion volume and substantial draw down for orientation.  This can present challenges in controlling diameters, maintaining strength