Welcome to the World of Coroplast

Coroplast began in 1973 with a sales office in Montreal selling corrugated plastic to the Canadian market. The Granby, Quebec manufacturing plant opened in November, 1975. Early market milestones included the use of Coroplast as the sign substrate in promoting the name changes of Esso/Humble Oil to Exxon at service stations across North America. Coroplast was used extensively as the sign substrate for the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games.

Coroplast opened the Dallas, Texas manufacturing plant in July, 1985. In 1986, the Dallas facility was expanded to include the administrative functions for the company. In 1990, Coroplast® become part of The Jim Pattison Group through their acquisition of Innopac. In 2001, Coroplast opened the third manufacturing plant in Vanceburg, Kentucky. In 2005, Coroplast acquired the plastic corrugated division of Spartech located in Cornwall, Ontario. In 2014, Coroplast became part of the Inteplast Group, one of North Americas leading plastics manufacturers.

Today, Coroplast is the leading manufacturer of corrugated plastic sheet for the signage, packaging and industrial markets in North America.


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