Our values

Our philosophy is to take daily pride in consistently manufacturing quality rotational moulded products, at a competitive price whilst maintaining the highest standards of customer service.

We believe in long-term sustainability even at the expense of short-term financial goals. That means investing in lean manufacturing techniques to improve efficiency, reduce waste and to ensure quality and on-time deliveries, enabling us to provide the best possible service to our customers.

We are committed to building relationships and assisting customers with every element of their project from design through to manufacture and we aim to add value wherever possible in the pursuit of long standing business partnerships.

We understand the need for continual investment in the development of our employees with training programmes targeted at both technical and the softer skills.

Customers and employees will be treated with honesty and humility. Any issues arising are dealt with professionally and openly in line with our desire to build relationships within and outside of our business.

Mission Statement

Our mission at Corilla is to revolutionise the plastics rotational moulding industry by delivering innovative, high-quality, and sustainable solutions. We strive to consistently exceed our customers’ expectations through precision engineering, environmental responsibility and a steadfast commitment to quality assurance. By fostering a culture of continuous improvement and embracing cutting-edge technology, we aim to be the premier partner for our clients, providing them with proven, first-class products that drive their success while contributing positively to the greater community and environment.


Corilla supports the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and our culture and values follow suit. We have a zero tolerance for any type of discrimination, bullying or harassment within the company.

We work with many organisations around the world, partnering on new product innovations and initiatives. There are ethical considerations we need to make in doing so, and as such we will never knowingly support, or work with, organisations that do not conform to strict standards of labour rights, including the use of under-age or forced labour.


We recognise that a key element in running a responsible manufacturing company is to recycle and reuse as much raw material as possible. As a consequence we are continuously working to become more efficient, lessening the use of virgin polymers in our products versus recycled polymers.

We also work closely with the Carbon Trust to identify and act on areas where we can become an increasingly lean business.