Laszlo Magyar began his career in the plastic industry in 1979 working for a New Zealand company at the time called AHI Plastics. Laszlo was apprenticed as a product and mould designer. During his apprenticeship he received training in Design, Toolmaking, Injection Moulding, Blow Moulding, Rotary Moulding, Vacuum Forming and Printing. He then went on to complete his apprenticeship and NZCE in Mechanical Engineering. He moved from the design office to the factory floor as a module supervisor looking after processing equipment in blow moulding. He then relocated to Australia and took up a role with Rheem as a Process Engineer. In 1986 Laszlo accepted a position with Roblan Pty Limited an Injection moulding company in the inner city of Sydney as the Production Manager and progressed to his current position of Director Plastic Moulding which he has held for some 20 years.