Nan Ya Plastics Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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In 2019, Nan Ya Plastics Corp. (NPC) recorded a consolidated revenue of NT$ 286.30 billion, 14.0% lower than NT$ 333.06 billion in 2018; and a consolidated pre-tax income of NT$ 26.69 billion, a reduction of 56.6% compared to NT$ 61.53 billion in 2018. In 2019, NPC faced fierce industry competition, with continued increase in competitors' capacity and market supply, and the trade war had also created negative impact in the world's economy. The market adopted a strong wait-and-see attitude, and the overall performance reflected a difficult operating environment. The four major product categories of npc operations are plastics, chemicals, polyesters, and electronic materials.

A former employee shared this review: " At Nan Ya Plastic Corp. it's extremely hard to understand and communicate with management and understand their expectations. Goals set are not easily obtainable if you do not "fit" the mold to agree with everything they want you to do. Ethics and moral standards definitely questioned in everything you do."


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Laborer (Current Employee) says

"Its like working with people in jail, nobody work together. Nobody want to be told anything. The people there is all thuggish and dangerous you have to very careful, it's not a safe place to work."

engineer (Former Employee) says

"Horrible place to work, maybe culture shock, but if you can find somewhere to work, do not come to here. Also, the work safety is one of the big issues here, I don't think the top management is care of the works, always noise and hot."

Slitter Operator (Former Employee) says

"did not like split shifts keep you wore out expected too much not enough help did not care about the workers will not ever work for them again Cons: short breaks"

Member (Former Employee) says

"Extremely hard to understand and communicate with management and understand their expectations. Goals set are not easily obtainable if you do not "fit" the mold to agree with everything they want you to do. Ethics and moral standards definitely questioned in everything you do."

Operator (Former Employee) says

"This company doesn't pay well. It definitely doesn't compensate for the amount of danger these guys are in every day. The insurance is good but the pay is low. There is no motivation for doing a good job. Cons: You have to find your own vacation coverage or you can't take it"

Senior Production Supervisor (Current Employee) says

"Asian style management, this company just want to use all of your life time and want to you always coming free over time. All bosses think they are god and don't want to listen what they employer say anything."

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"The job was okay while it lasted however I wanted to find a career. In which I can provide for myself and my family. A job with a great pay rate and benefits."

Assembly Worker (Former Employee) says

"After the meets I would go to my station were I worked assembly place handles on door some days I just taken out the trash when they didn't send me home Cons: Short Breaks Supervisor was a jerk and everybody smoked cigarettes"

Operator (Current Employee) says

"A good place to work at. Work isnt really that hard you have more good days than bad days. Only thing I dislike about it is the 45 minute drive going and coming from work"

Rigid PVC Manufacturing Operator (Former Employee) says

"Wasted my youth working for this company for fifteen years to leave only making 50000/year. Gained zero experience for upward mobility in any other field of work. The pay here is ridiculous and they give raises of .15 cents every six months. Cons: you'll be worked to death"

Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"I feel as thou that the higher ups (crew leader, foreman, supervisor) are selfish and don't look to help anyone move up or improve. They set unrealistic standards that they don't even follow. the higher ups most of the time can't even do their job correctly and expect the machine operators and helpers to pick up their slack. Cons: Low hourly wage and a lot of hours"

Supervisor (Current Employee) says

"This company has no compassion for the workers. If you get hurt, they try to find ways to fire you, instead of finding somewhere else for you to work. They have certain people that they go above and beyond for. Cons: Short breaks, work overload, very prejudice against women as nd even more prejudice against women of color."

Mechanical Engineer, Engineering Department (Current Employee) says

"Bad Management style. Cons: bad management"

Pack Builder/Inspector (Current Employee) says

"A steady job, never laid off. They could pay A lot more. They dont care anything about your opions. There ways are much different than ours. The work is hard and steady."

Additive operator (Former Employee) says

"The benefits are great. It started out a real nice place to work but I guess some bad people got in charge and it became a nightmare to work. I had a lot of good years but I also had a lot of bad years."

General Helper (Current Employee) says

"The supervisor is not a fair person. He allows 1 employee to work as he want. He always gets employee of he moth. Iwant to trafer to other department and superisorblocks me each time i try Cons: Everyone don't do their jobs"

Personnel Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Great Benefits but the actual workload was inconsistent as was the directions given by management. Sometimes you would spend hours to find a 60 cent miscalculation. However, I did learn a lot while I was there and my auditing and ISO 9001 skills greatly improved. I also was able to learn all aspects of the Human Resource Field. Cons: Pay for what you did was below average"

Marketing Analyst (Former Employee) says

"good company with no advancement opps within the organization no matter how well of a job being done. Was promised many things that never came about"

machine operator (Former Employee) says

"12 hr shift company is micromanaged not veteran friendly stress level is high a lot of unorganization hardest part of the job is dealing with management"

Chip Packer (Current Employee) says

"we had good days at work. we always make it each other laugh to make our work go by fast. sometimes we have hard times at work but used to get throw it. Cons: short breaks"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time Cons: It is under paid and the management is a mess."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time Cons: lack of communication especially for management. below average pay."

Supervisor Level says

"I have been working at Nan Ya Plastics USA Cons: Terrible management. Micromanaged to the point of mishap. Communication between departments are lacking. Upper-management constantly strike fear into employees as a way to motivate them. Upper-management will never hesitate to belittle you in public with yelling, or embarrass you in front of your colleagues or people that work underneath you. A culture of consistent blaming other departments instead of attempting to work together to fix a problem for the better of the company. Incompetent workers and workers that refuse to do what they are told, and azzholes that complain and yell all day instead of working to get the job done are never fired. Instead these people are feared, because people want to avoid conflict with them. Instead hardworking people wanting to do good for the company will get reprimanded constantly micromanaged and never praised. (What does this tell you about the employee morale in this company?) If you want a company that will never thank you or appreciate your hard work and dedication to the company than this company is for you. The culture here is once you signed and came on board it is your duty and obligation to give your life for the company. A "good job" or "atta boy" will become a silent, you were supposed to do that anyways, why do I need to say anything... Salary is traditionally known to be lower than the national average, and management likes it and wants to keep it that way. Money is all that matters to them. And they are very cheap about it. They are only as loyal to you as you are to their money. I know typically all manufacturing industry is like this, but this company seems to be a bit more over zealous on this money thing."

Process Supervisor says

"I worked at Nan Ya Plastics USA Cons: The Management absolutley does not care about anyone from this country. All production management above entry level production supervisor level is Taiwanese."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time for more than 3 years Cons: People who do not perform well still get well paid. Not fair on salaries to those who work harder than others."

Former Employee - Manufacturing Engineer says

"I worked at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time Cons: micromanagement low pay"

Current Employee - Maintenance Mechanic says

"I have been working at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time for less than a year Cons: Machine lines are rarely shutdown for maintenance work. Management does not want to try new things. Most employees don't like job. Not room for advancement in company"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time Cons: Low paid. Some management group are very nice some are terribly rude."

Former Employee - Production says

"I worked at Nan Ya Plastics USA full-time for more than a year Cons: The management culture is one of the worst. Managers have no guts to take responsibilities and not taking serious attitude to solve the problems in the plant, instead they blame each others. Very low employees retention rate in the company. Politics has great influence in the organization."


"I have been working at Nan Ya Plastics USA Cons: Low level of communication between upper and lower management. Little communication between departments because of an enviroment of assigning blame rather than finding solutions Lack of planning, changing plans less than a week in advance keeps us flexible but sabotages employees ability to plan ahead (remember 1 hour of prior planning saves 4 hours of future work) Changing priorities makes it difficult to accomplish long term goals Training is treated as additional busywork and not a valuable tool for many employees"

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