Successful Businessman/Entrepreneur Partners With TCP

Brighton, ON - Entrepreneur, Douglas Le Blanc, has joined TCP’s ownership team and has become the company’s new CEO.  In doing so, Le Blanc is investing 2.4 million dollars, in a company (Tri County Plastics) that has been in the plastics business since 1991. Le Blanc sees a bright future for the company and anticipates a great deal of growth and innovation on the horizon, without moving the plant/business offices from the local area. Le Blanc stated, “The current operation is a solid base to work from. From experienced staff to an excellent product, it’s all there. It’s a perfect opportunity to take the company to the next level.”

The company’s forecast shows a production increase of no less than three times the current level. Le Blanc also mentioned a possible tie in with at least two other companies thus expanding TCP’s current operation to include PVC (polyvinyl chloride). Currently, TCP specializes in HDPE (high density polyethylene). When it came to location, Le Blanc went on to say “we’re close to one of North America’s urban areas to capitalize on the highway and railway systems that go with it, yet we’re far away enough to benefit from what a smaller town has to offer, affordability and a dedicated workforce.


Blazing New Trails

Oct 24, 2015  Trenton ON -  Tri County Plastics (located in Brighton) was the recipient of “Trailblazer of the Year Award” at this year’s “Quinte Business Achievement Awards” held at the National Air Force Museum in Trenton. The award was presented during The  awards night is held annually as a form of recognition of business excellence from within the region.


Tri County Plastics is Featured in Quinte Business Exchange Magazine 

article:  "Green and Mean in Plastics"




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