MISION

Generate economic value with social responsibility by offering solutions and projects for the transformation of materials handling plastic and POP according to the needs of each client, taking advantage of the recovered material supply chains to be leaders in cost.

VISION

Being the largest plastic transformer in America, specialized in material handling products, doubling the value of the business every 5 years.

VALUES

  • Teamwork.
  • Operational excellence.
  • Passion that guides
    our clients.

  • Communication.
  • Innovation.

What do we do at PTM?

At PTM we are dedicated to providing solutions and plastic transformation projects tailored to our clients, mainly in industries such as:

Extursión

In this process, the thermoplastic is heated above its melting point. Once the material is at a sufficiently fluid point, it is transported at high pressure through a die to a roller system.
 
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Injection

This process consists of heating the thermoplastic above its melting point and then injecting it under pressure into a mold. Once in it, we remove the heat, allowing the plastic to solidify to form the final product.

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Soplado

This process uses air pressure to expand a thermoplastic “sleeve” already softened in the mold cavity.

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Termoformado

In this process, a thermoplastic sheet is heated until it softens. Then, through a mechanical assistant, vacuum action or both, it adapts to the shape of a mold. Once in it, the heat is removed allowing the plastic to solidify to form the final product.

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PTM IN SUMMARY …

Proud to belong to FEMSA, our story begins in 1976.
We have a productive plant in San Juan del Río, Qro.

We are leaders in the manufacture of plastic boxes for the beverage industry in Latin America.

We provide comprehensive solutions and develop plastic transformation projects.

We work with +1,000 collaborators committed to your project.

We maintain constant R&D, implement cutting-edge technology and generate sustainable and profitable products.

Our model is based on 3 pillars:
-Innovative design.
-Operational Excellence.
-Sustainability.

We transform +35,000 tons of plastic resins per year.

Facilities

Our experience in design and engineering, combined with the latest technology in our production process, allows us to transform any idea into a highly functional, profitable and sustainable product.

We work with:

  • Injection machines from 700 to 2,300 tons, with plasticization between 3 and 23 kg.
  • Single and triple layer extruder.
  • Single station and rotary thermoformers.
  • Double screw pelletizer.
  • Mills and rippers from 1,000 to 2,000 kg / h.
  • Material washing lines.
  • Material mixing and homogenization lines.
  • Laboratory for characterization of materials.
  • Mechanical testing laboratory for product performance.

Our history

Proud to belong to FEMSA, our story begins in 1976. We are dedicated to providing solutions and developing plastic transformation projects, transforming more than 30,000 tons of resin per year.

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1975

Construction of the Mexican Technical Plastics (PTM) plant begins in San Juan del Río, Querétaro.

1976

With an initial group of 26 people, the PTM plant opens in September.

1977

The first injection molding machines, blowers, thermoformers and foaming machines make the first injected plastic boxes for soft drinks and beer, injected tables and chairs and a wide variety of ice chests.

1984

SCyF opening at the San Juan del Río plant, Querétaro.

1992

The first mold of the Emanuela chair arrives, the most popular to date.

1993

The first full-height boxes for glass bottles and later for PET are developed.

1998

The first 56 ”x 44” pallet mold is manufactured.

1999

Ehe President Ernesto Zedillo visits the facilities of the plant in San Juan del Río, Querétaro.

2003

The first 2.5-liter boxes for Coca-Cola Femsa are manufactured. This marks the first major project in which PTM demonstrates its ability to design boxes. In that year 5 million were manufactured.

PTM Monterrey opens with a focus on POP products.

2005

PTM ventures into the manufacture of parts for the automotive sector.

2006

A modernization process begins. Injection machines and molds are acquired.

2009

The Ultra Pallet® plastic flooring is manufactured and patented.

The first anthropomorphic robot for the manufacture of pallets is acquired, a foam machine unique in its industry and high-tonnage machinery (Two 2,000-ton injectors).

2010

The first pallets are manufactured with technology developed by PTM, for Chemical Products and later for Coca-Cola Central America.

2013

Launch of the new PTM identity. Official launch of the Ultra Pallet® platform to the global market.

2014

The relationship between PTM and Heineken México begins with the sale of 370,000 pallets. It is invested in flat bed process machinery.

2015

Launch of the One Way platform and Caja retail.