“Doc is one of those people you instantly know, like and respect. His genuine character is reflected by his family and his employees.
He and his team at Skyline Plastics are dedicated to quality and integrity of our product, our company and their company. I came to Doc with a large and difficult over-molded project late in 2012. He and his team knocked it out of the park and now manufacture the lightest kayak hatch (relative to size) in the paddlesports industry. Skyline Plastics is now our Injection Molder of choice and we continue to develop new products with them.
I would recommend Doc and his team to anyone.”
Chris Erdahl, Legacy Paddlesports
Product Development Engineer
“Centering on Children began working with Skyline Plastics towards the end of 2010. The prospect of having our own “shoebox” lids and bases manufactured was a big move for us, both in a financial and design sense. These lids and bases were a crucial component for the activities we produced for young students on the autism spectrum. Doc and his team worked closely with us in order to be assured that these new lids and boxes would serve us as well as our previous ones had. And, in fact, they turned out better, with design advantages we did not have previously. Communication was the key, as well as a sensitivity to what our overall needs were. Skyline excels in both these areas.
We also have experienced, as has many other companies, financial ups and downs as the economy is attempting to right itself. Skyline has always worked with us, being flexible with how much we are able to order at any given time. They have even made unscheduled deliveries to help us out of tight jams. It’s clear that Debbie and Doc care for their clients, beyond having just a financial arrangement.
We have never regretted our decision to go with Skyline Plastics. Our relationship is as strong as ever and hopefully, will continue for many years to come.”
Ron Larsen, Centering on Children, Inc.
Shoebox Tasks-Educational Tool for Autistic Students