Johnson Plastics Plus Introduces Flat Rate Delivery

A lot's been happening at Minneapolis-based Johnson Plastics, including a new name and logo.

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Minneapolis-based Johnson Plastics Plus, a distributor of rotary and laser engraving materials and supplies, announces the nationwide rollout of its new flat rate delivery options.

The company says it is offering flat rates on delivery on orders as low as $10 on orders shipped within the contiguous 48 states. Flat rate delivery ushers in a new approach to shipping, designed to match customer preferences in a value-oriented marketplace, according to the company.

Johnson Plastics Plus was recently formed when the company became fully integrated with Bur-Lane Inc., an Oklahoma City-based distribution company that was bought by Rowmark in February of 2016. Johnson Plastics was itself bought by Ohio-based Rowmark in the summer of 2015.

“We tested the waters with a holiday flat rate delivery promotion” says Mike Johnson, president of Johnson Plastics Plus. “Small businesses, especially, will love the new flat rate delivery as one more way to help control costs.”

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