Goodfish Injection Moulding








Turnover (per annum)

It began in 2010

In only a few years, we have developed a unique culture, invested in world class equipment and assimilated three brilliant businesses into a group which is ready to challenge and disrupt the conventions and traditions of the injection moulding sector.

With a vision

To create a uniquely effective group of ultra-well-equipped, quality-driven, accredited injection moulding companies, with highly skilled, flexible and motivated workforces, delivering significant cost and quality advantages to clients.

So today

The Goodfish Group operates from facilities in Cannock, Loughborough and Worcester where our plastic injection moulding and vacuum-forming businesses also offer printing, second-stage assembly and are supported by in-house precision tool-making.

Quality is our religion

Raising quality standards and continuous improvement lie at the heart of our business strategy. We practice lean principles and we live and breathe the Japanese philosophy of ‘Kaizen’. Innovation and progress are also in our DNA, and we’re constantly evolving and developing our quality management systems.

And it shows

Enabling us to satisfy even the most demanding clients, including Tier 1 suppliers and international OEMs, for whom we have become trusted partners. Our customers tell us our operations stand out from the crowd, in terms of our investment levels, the modern equipment and the bright, tidy and clean facilities in which we operate.

In our people

Without whom, we would be just like any other injection moulding business, and our investment in equipment, systems and training could not deliver such consistent levels of quality. So, we work tirelessly to ensure we recruit people who are ready to work in our driven culture, and to ensure they stay with us.



In house tool design and toolmaking with the latest CNC, EDM and wire-eroding equipment operated by long-serving, highly-skilled tool-makers allows us to support and manage tooling, ensuring customers do not experience issues arising from the tooling process.

Injection-moulding & vacuum-forming

Injection-moulding & vacuum-forming

We take great pride in the appearance of our meticulously organized factories. Investment in automation and advanced equipment maximises the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of our suite of injection moulding machines which have a tonnage, across the group, ranging from 40t to 1000t.

Printing & coating services

Printing & coating services

Our in-house printing capabilities cover hot-foil and pad/tampo-printing. We do heat-staking, and we send parts out to our key suppliers.

Second stage operations

Second stage operations

In-house, printing and assembly skills including sonic welding, push riveting, foil-blocking and roll-blocking combine to reduce takt time for our customers

Just-in-time deliveries

Just-in-time deliveries

Quality is our religion, on-time-in-full is our creed and value for money is what we aim to deliver.

In the media: Bloomberg Businessweek

7th October, 2019

The Day After Brexit: What a Crash Out of the EU Might Look Like “9:30 a.m., near Stafford, West Midlands, central England The smell of melting acrylic fills the factory […]

In the media: Yahoo Business News

27th August, 2019

“There is no good Brexit!” insists Greg McDonald, chief executive of Goodfish Group, a UK-based company making plastic components for the country’s key car sector. Read the full article here

In the media: Interview with Deutschland Funk

16th August, 2019

During an interview on German Radio, Goodfish CEO, Greg McDonald explains the advice he gave to his personnel ahead of the Referendum.