Recycled Industrial Plastic as an Art Form

Recycled Industrial Plastic as an Art Form

Mathew Zachariah is an entrepreneur and artist living in Memphis, Tennessee. He is the Founder of Seraphim Plastics LLC, an industrial plastic recycling facility that handles a portion of NAL’s plastic scrap.

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In order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and reduce the risk of exposure to our Team Members, their families, and our visitors, we have decided to restrict all visitors at all facilities except for business essential personnel. A General Manager or above must approve access to any visitor other than contractors or vendors that support our normal day to day business such as truck drivers. Business essential personnel will still be asked to complete the Visitor Health Check.  If you have been in close contact (within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes) to anyone WITH SYMPTOMS waiting on test results, diagnosed or quarantined in relation to COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or have had cold or flu-like symptoms within the last 24 hours, access will be denied. Visitors can view the updated visitor procedure ahead of time by clicking the “Updated NAL Visitor Procedure” button. 

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Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Koito Manufacturing is the parent company of North American Lighting. As a Koito Group Company, NAL operates according to kaizen management principles, which means we manage, measure and improve everything we do. That’s how in 35 short years, NAL has grown to become the leading tier one supplier of automotive lighting systems in North America.

Our vision is to dramatically improve roadway safety by developing innovative lighting technologies that enhance driver vision and response time. We are a team continuously working to bring our vision to light.

With nine facilities in North America, our people are our greatest asset. NAL is hiring engineers, supervisors, trainees, manufacturers, interns and a whole lot more!

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