Providing customers with quality plastic injection molding since 1993, First American Plastic Molding Enterprise offers the core competency of successful tool transfers.
Online PR News – 19-September-2011 – – SOUTH BELOIT, ILL. – As part of its mission to deliver the highest level of service to its clients, First American Plastic Molding Enterprise, leading provider of plastic injection molding, offers successful tool transfers as one of its core competencies.
“At First American, we know how to design a custom tool from scratch, as well as how to transfer a tool from another supplier and move it to our facility,” said Steve Erickson, a vice president at First American Plastic Molding Enterprise. “When it comes to transfers, we do everything we can to make the process efficient, positive and simplified for clients.”
With more than 60 percent of its current tools resulting from successful tool transfers, First American tool transfers come with the assurance that the company handles all of the sourcing of injection mold tooling, fixtures and gauges. Additionally, each transfer receives a Project Manager who oversees the entire process, regularly communicating about the ongoing status of the project with the client.
As part of its tooling repair and assistance, the supplier known for its custom plastic injection molding further offers a full range of services that include in-house mold design, repair, maintenance and climate-controlled storage.
“When a client gives us tools, we treat them like our own,” Erickson said. “We put in place consistent, preventative maintenance so that when they’re returned to our customers, they’re in as good of shape or better than when we received them.”
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.