Johnson Plastics to Launch Johnson Plastics Plus

The website will contain all of Johnson Plastics and Bur-Lane's products combined.

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Minneapolis-based Johnson Plastics, a distributor of rotary and laser engraving materials and supplies, announces the full integration of its company and Bur-Lane Inc., an Oklahoma City-based distribution company that was bought by Rowmark in February of 2016.

Johnson Plastics, which was bought out by Ohio-based Rowmark in the summer of 2015, will be launching Johnson Plastics Plus in early February.

Johnson Plastics Plus customers will have access to the vast amount of products offered by both it and Bur-Lane. According to the company, customers can access their accounts and place orders through an easy-to-use website and receive shipments even faster due to an increased number of branch locations throughout the United States.

“We’re combining our strengths to provide the single best option for customers,” says Mike Johnson, president of Johnson Plastics. “The process has been rewarding and has forced us to put our businesses under the microscope. Bur-Lane’s passion and dedication to their customers is already well known, and together we’re able to offer an even higher level of service.”

Once it launches on February 6, the new website will be

SDG Staff

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