Companies like HP, Apple, Exxon, P&G, iRobot and Disney turn to Phantom Plastics for help. Why? Simple! Phantom Plastics® provides world-class solutions quickly. If you have a tough problem or need a breakthrough material solution, help is just a phone call away. Call (601) 620 8080 now! You will be connected to Chris DeArmitt PhD, President of Phantom Plastics.
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. Some clients had been frustrated for years, then came to Phantom and got solutions in a matter of days.
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. You would have to hire over 1000 PhD scientists to get just one with my creativity and problem solving skills.
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. As seen on 60 Minutes and Sky News. 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
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. My latest book is The Plastics Paradox which is the first book to dispel common myths about plastics and the environment. See it on Amazon.
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