The history of RHEIN-PLAST and polyethylene plastic. The exciting developments in the field of polyethylene (PE) plastic at the nearby BASF site led Karl Eisemann to install machinery for manufacturing film bags at his forge and he founded RHEIN-PLAST in 1959. Unfortunately, he was only able to guide the company for a few years until shortly before he passed away in 1966. Two of his sons, Hermann and Hans-Georg Eisemann, joined the company, before being followed by Norbert, the third son, in 1966. The brothers jointly took on the shares in the company and also its leadership. The site soon proved to be too small and in 1969 the business moved into a company premises which had been rebuilt from scratch near Bad Dürkheim in south-western Germany. The headquarters of RHEIN-PLAST has remained at the site and in the hands of the Eisemann family to this day. The company uses in-house cast film extrusion, printing and manufacturing facilities to produce high-quality bags and sacks made from PE films, all of which are custom-made to meet a wide range of customer requirements for customers all over the world.
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