MPL Gardening sends propagators to Middle East

by | Jul 18, 2016 | News | 0 comments

MPL Gardening, a Sub division of Malton Plastics (UK) Limited, a Plastic Injection Moulding company based in Pickering North Yorkshire, has recently secured an Order for two pallets of Propagators for shipment to Dubai.

Geoff Pinkney, Sales Representative who oversaw the deal said,? I was surprised when the enquiry came in for Propagators destined for the Middle East, it?s like sending fridges to the Arctic?

The family owned company is headed by Graeme Smith MD, having established the company with his wife Sue in 2000. MPL produce plastic injection moulded components for various applications and have an annual turnover of 1.2 million, also ISO 9001 accredited.

Graeme explained that through Sue?s passion for gardening and his identifying a gap in the market for well designed qualitative garden products saw the launch MPL Gardening.

“We have brought many years of moulding expertise to the Gardening Sector and sell our products to worldwide Wholesalers and Retailers.

“We attended Glee five years ago and have steadily built up a strong portfolio of products including propagators, seed trays, cane caps to name but a few. Our Propagators are robust and manufactured from specifically identified polymers enabling the lids to become shatter proof for longevity.”

www.mplgardening.com

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