Companies like HP, Apple, Exxon, P&G, iRobot and Disney turn to Phantom Plastics for help. Why? Simple! Phantom Plastics® provides world-class solutions, plus we’re faster and cheaper too. If you have a tough problem or need a breakthrough material solution, help is just a phone call away. Call (601) 620 8080 now!
How am I able to create breakthrough materials and solve problems so quickly? That’s a great question. I am a PhD chemist so I understand materials on a molecular level. That means I can often design new materials without the need for trial and error labwork. Imagine how much time and money that saves you.
I create plastics formulations that outperform in the market. Using 30 years of industry experience I am able to diagnose your problem and take your performance to the next level.
Do you have an issue with thermoplastics like PE, PP, PVC, PET or nylon? Are you looking for the best mineral filler, stabilizer, compatibilizer or processing aid? I create custom recipes for my clients, from the Fortune 100 to the family-owned. Call now!
What kind of help do you need?
• Problem solving – breakthrough solutions with record speed
• Innovation – breakthrough products and materials give you an edge
• Training – learn about plastics quickly and easily
• Network – to help you find new clients, partners or distributors
• Strategy – R&D portfolio strategy (private sector and government)
• Adviser – class action expert witness, due diligence, technical advisory board
Someone suggested that I mention examples so people can get a feel for what I can deliver. While working at BASF’s HQ in Germany, I heard about a serious problem they had struggled with for 30 years. It involved their ABS plastic and they had spent millions trying and failing to solve the problem. My colleagues told me it was hopeless. One day, on my way out of the office to take some holiday, I wrote down 5 ideas for my technicians to try while I was away. I came back from holidays to hear that the first idea had worked. We verified the results, scaled it up and wrote patents to protect it. The managers at BASF were stunned. Many more examples can be found in the case studies section.
Customers often ask me “how do we get started?”. First, I have to listen to your problem so I can work out whether I can help. I love hearing problems because it gives me a chance to use my creativity and help people at the same time.
If I think I can help you, then I’ll put together a simple offer detailing what the deliverables are and a fixed price so that you know what you are getting. No surprises.
As well as quick problem solving, I also work under retainer contract for companies who have longer term or more complex needs.
If you have a problem I’d love to hear it. Emails and messages are answered within 24 hours. Why worry about problems when you could be getting answers instead? At Phantom Plastics you will get fast, professional help to give you an edge.
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A few of the hundreds of companies I have helped…
“Best consultant on the market. If you need technical, commercial or innovative assistance contact Phantom Plastics immediately!”
Jeremy Austin – INVISTA
“Chris is one of the most technically adept and innovative people that I have met. He is not only an idea machine, but also has the proven ability to turn ideas into products.”
Michael Carr, Co-Founder, Hybrid Plastics Inc.
“Chris is a phenomenal problem solver. I highly recommend him!”
Jon Leist, Carlisle Brake & Friction
“…my personal encyclopedia.”
Dr. Anders Löfgren, AstraZeneca
Some books I have contributed to including Innovation Abyss, a revolutionary look at innovation problems and their solutions. I wrote innovation Abyss to help people make innovation happen. You can find reviews on Amazon.
Phantom Plastics® is a registered trademark (reg. no. 5,442,853)
Phantom Plastics in the press – Dr. Chris DeArmitt was interviewed by Scott Pelley as an expert witness on CBS 60 Minutes’ story on implanted polypropylene mesh. Two follow-up stories were published online shortly thereafter. Click here to read the Camb Times article.