Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc. started out as a division of a larger company in the early 1980s focused on manufacturing acrylic windows for aquariums and honing their material's capabilities. The success of this endeavor allowed them to eventually set out on their own and in May 1987 we received our incorporation status. Starting out, their primary focus remained in the water-retaining business. Over the years, though, as their product offerings grew, the focus expanded greatly to include scientific, medical, and architectural industries. By 2000, the strength of the growing Asian market was hard to ignore, so they opened the RPT Asia office to better serve that region. Their 43,700 ft2 (4,060 m2) facility in the Rayong province is now a Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) promoted company. Their adaptation to the changing market conditions and their drive to constantly develop new and better products propelled them into what they are today - one of the world's leading acrylic and resin designers.
With almost 30 years' experience, RPT is constantly reinventing the definition of what can be done with acrylic, resins, and composites. Chances are that if you can dream it, they can build it. This is one of many reasons why Reynolds Polymer Technology has grown to revenues averaging over 14 million over the past 3 years. Even during these harsh economic times, RPT has maintained strong financial stability and international presence.
RPT currently serves on more than 1500 projects in more than 60 countries over six continents (Antarctica is the only exception). They export to various countries throughout Europe, North, Central, and South Americas, the Caribbean, Asia/Pacific, Australia, Africa, The middle-East, and others.
Mark Miller, CFO of Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc, has been employed by RPT for eleven years. Mr. Miller graduated from Mesa State College in 1989 with a BS in Accounting and worked in public accounting for four years, obtaining his CPA certification during that time. Over the following six years, Mr. Miller then worked in private industry for two other Western Colorado businesses before beginning with RPT in 1999. During his tenure with RPT, Mr. Miller was promoted from Controller to CFO and has assisted with the considerable growth and expansion of RPT’s acrylic products and markets worldwide.
RPT is a strong supporter of going green and going back to the basics of clean air and water. The environment and our impact on it has become a primary focus. A panel of dedicated employees developed internal manufacturing goals and then implemented methods to reduce waste and consumption of natural resources. RPT now has a water reclamation process that reduced their water consumption by 41.3%, as well as a companywide recycling program that ensures they’re keeping recyclable materials out of landfills. Additionally, they continue to look for new or better ways to improve their energy efficiencies in the office, in the plant, and in their products.