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Rosti is a global plastic moulder and a contract manufacturer to some of the world’s leading manufacturers in the packaging, consumer, business machines, industrial and technical products, medical and automotive sectors. With high-precision injection moulding at our core, we deliver sustainable supply chain solutions through design, NPI, manufacturing, quality and logistics – from concept to reality.
With an international reach and a focus on innovation, we provide cutting-edge solutions and resources throughout every stage of the supply chain.
From single components and plastic moulding to finished goods, Rosti offers a diverse portfolio of services. With precision, performance, flexibility and care at the core of everything we do, Rosti is shaping the future.
We have achieved year-on-year organic growth, over the last decade, in excess of the industry average. This is a testimony to the trust our customers have put into Rosti, which in turn is the best KPI for the level of service and support we give to all our customers year-in and year-out.
We are 8 sites, 3 Innovation Centres, 1 Support Centre, 3,200 employees, One Rosti.
Rosti’s new corporate video is out – watch it here now!
In this corporate video, Rosti presents its state of the art 72-hour from concept to reality digital innovation lab and the company’s key capabilities being a successful global plastic injection moulder and contract manufacturer.
Rosti design analysis team amongst top 100 in China
Rosti China’s design analysis team recently passed the Professional level of industry recognised Autodesk Moldflow Insight certification. In addition to congratulating the three employees to their newfound success, Rosti now proudly announces its technical academy to the world.
Simply described, plastic injection moulding is a process of melting plastic pellets and injecting it into a mould or cavity to form a shape. Once the shape is formed, the material is cooled, ejected from the machine and – voilà – a finished, functional, esthetically pleasing injection moulded product or part is ready!