MAPP is the information and benchmarking hub for plastics processors. Each year, MAPP releases 10-12 benchmarking reports and best practice handbooks to its membership. The data from these initiatives provide details to plastics industry leaders on dozens of topics that impact operations.
MAPP Wage and Salary
This study closed July 31, 2021.
MAPP Quarterly Pulse Report
MAPP is conducting a Quarterly Pulse Report through 2021. Participants will receive the results in their inbox when they are published, and members will be able to access the results here on the Benchmarking Hub.
This study will be open October 6, 2021.
2021 Machine Rate Study
This study, created and updated by MAPP member executives, benchmarks hourly machine rates by distinct tonnage ranges. This year's study is a straight-forward questionnaire and has been updated to include additional insights and data to participants.
This study will be open August 3, 2021.
The following reports and surveys have been completed and published in the last twelve months. These reports are available for purchase here.
MAPP publishes unique, timely and relevant content, which often varies from year to year. However, some data and business information is critical and requires annual or bi-annual reporting. Below are the surveys that MAPP conducts on a regular basis to provide members with the more up-to-date data available:
The report is available to survey participants and MAPP members only. The Machine Rate Report for injection molders includes inputs from hundreds of plastics industry executives in regard to their machine rates. This year's report includes updated and new data, including:
We strongly believe that data is an important part of plastics processors achieving success, and we are excited to announce that MAPP is continuing to evolve its benchmarking deliverables to members by partnering with Harbour Results, Inc. to create a unique tool - MAPP Plastics Benchmarking.
MAPP members are able to access an annual study focused on a broad range of topics including financial, business performance, operations, safety, HR, sales and marketing and forecasting. The information gathered during this study will be compiled with information previously collected by MAPP to generate outputs that will help the U.S.-based plastics processors make better, more informed decisions.