PMC Global makes locally and sells globally. The diversified international company produces memory chips, connectors, film, packaging, plastics, plastic-molding equipment, and specialty chemicals, among other things. It operates through a dozen specialized divisions such as Cosrich (children's bath, cosmetics, and toiletry products), PMC Specialties Group (specialty chemicals), and VCF Films (PVC and acrylic films). Its offices in Sun Valley, California; Bloomfield, New Jersey; and Cincinnati, Ohio support the needs of the divisions and subsidiaries in the legal, finance, accounting, tax, payroll, credit/collections, environmental, labor relations and insurance areas.
California-based unit P.L.I.C., Inc. (PMC Leaders In Chemicals) manages the group's current manufacturing companies, as well as companies being acquired in Europe. The unit works closely with sister company PMC, Inc., in administrative operations (financial, legal, insurance).
PMC Global's other manufacturing companies include Polyurethane Machinery Corp. (urethane production machinery); Direct Pack, Inc. (thermoformed products for custom packaging); KOMO Machine, Inc. (computer numerically controlled routers); and PMC Specialties Group, Inc. (chemical intermediates and specialty products).
While chemicals and related products dominate its portfolio of business offerings, PMC Global's products have some diversity as well. Through M. A. Gedney the company produces and markets high-quality branded and private label pickles, relish, condiment and preserve products under the Gedney, Cains, and Del Monte labels. It also offers financial loans through PMC Financial Services Group, LLC.
The company's strategy is to grow by adding facilities through start-ups and acquisitions in the US, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
CEO Philip Kamins owns the company.
Kamins founded PMC (Plastic Management Corporation) in 1971 as an outgrowth of a small plastics scrap yard he founded in 1964. In 2008 it bought Chemtura's oleochemicals unit.
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