First American Plastic, Leader in Plastic Injection Molding, Offers In-House Tool Repairs, Maintenance, Assistance, Mold Design and Climate-Controlled Storage
Online PR News – 14-September-2011 – – SOUTH BELOIT, ILL. – First American Plastic Molding Enterprise, a leading plastic injection molding company, is offering thorough tooling, repair and assistance services for customers, with options ranging from in-house mold design to climate-controlled storage.
“Tooling and repair is a fundamental service at First American Plastic,” said Steve Erickson, a vice president at First American Plastic Molding Enterprise. “Our resources and expertise allow us to design a unique tool for you from the ground up, or we can transfer it from the current supplier and move it to a First American facility.”
First American Plastic’s full suite of in-house services includes mold design, repair and maintenance, and mold storage. Company experts perform preventative maintenance so that tools perform as well as, or better than before.
First American Plastic, a certified minority-owned business, leads the field in plastic injection molding services. The company is known for high-quality services, such as helping customers complete projects and offering guidance on designs.
“We take care to treat your tools as we would our own, and you can rest assured they are in good hands,” Erickson said. “We’ve earned a solid reputation for quality tool repair services, and we make every effort to keep our customers happy.”
About First American Plastic Molding Enterprise
First American Plastic Molding Enterprise (http://www.firstamericanplastic.com) is a custom provider of thermoplastic injection molding manufacturing solutions for companies throughout most industries. They operate two facilities in the United States. Its enterprise headquarters in South Beloit, Illinois, is a 39,000 sq. ft. facility located 75 miles northwest of Chicago; its Ocean Springs, Mississippi, facility covers 22,000 sq. ft. and is located near Biloxi on the Mississippi Gulf coast.