Minnesota Rubber & Plastics

Since 1945 Minnesota Rubber and Plastics has built a world-wide reputation in the molding of elastomer and thermoplastic components and assemblies. We are especially known for our science-based approach that has made us the preferred manufacturing partner for industry leaders in North America, Europe and Asia.

Our 7 manufacturing facilities, located in North America and Asia, are complemented by 4 warehousing operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia.

Our leadership is based on our experience in materials, R&D, engineering design, product development support and program management. In addition, our state-of-the-art technical support centers work closely with our manufacturing, sourcing and logistics network to ensure that customer expectations are not only met but often exceeded.

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Minnesota Rubber and Plastics Launches New Content Rich Website

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics has announced the launch of its new website www.mnrubber.com The new site is a valuable technology resource for design engineers needing sealing solutions, rubber-to-metal bonding in custom rubber and thermoplastic parts and assemblies. Designed in the latest responsive format, the site provides easy viewing and navigation on desktops, tablets and mobile [Read More]


Qultimax™ Elastomers & Thermoplastics Portfolio From Minnesota

Designers of custom molded parts greater than 3 inches (7.62cm) in diameter that require durability, chemical resistance, or low coefficient of friction properties while maintaining quality and high precision will find Qultimax™ a great solution for challenging applications. Qultimax™ is a proprietary portfolio of materials and formulations developed by Minnesota Rubber and Plastics. An important [Read More]


New Portfolio of Materials Formulated to Meet all the Major Regulations for Food and Beverage

Quadion LLC, Minnesota Rubber and Plastics (MRP) introduces a new portfolio of materials specifically formulated to meet all of the major regulations for food and beverage contact. These materials are now available with certified compliance to the European Commission framework regulation EC 1935/2004, US FDA Title 21 CFR and NSF Standard 61 and 51. These [Read More]

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