2020 Sourcing & Technology Guide: Service Providers
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is a comprehensive guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. Introducing a brand new section this year: Service Providers.
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MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is a comprehensive guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. Our online database offers more than 1,000 manufacturers, distributors and suppliers for more than 200 product and service categories that you employ daily. To keep this information current, MMT surveys and updates its supplier database every spring with the latest company contact information and product/service offerings. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 11 sections, including a brand new section this year: Service Providers.
Due to the increased need for North American manufacturing capacity and capabilities since the onset of the coronavirus, we added a Service Providers section focused on suppliers of blow, compression, extrusion blow, foam, injection, liquid injection blow, stretch blow and thermoform molds, as well as die-cast, dies, prototype tooling and prototype/short-run/injection molding services.
This month’s Technology Review and Sourcing Guide includes a portion of that database listed in sourcing grids tailored to match suppliers with their respective product/service offerings along with a sample of product releases that the magazine featured throughout the year. These are the companies from the July 2020 Service Providers section:
A1 Tool Corporation — Melrose Park, IL, 708-345-5000
Aalbers Tool & Mold — Oldcastle, ON, Canada, 519-737-1369
Accede Mold & Tool Co., Inc. — Rochester, NY, 585-254-6490
Ameritech Die & Mold — Mooresville, NC, 704-664-0801
Armin Tool — South Elgin, IL, 847-742-1864
B A Die Mold — Aurora, IL, 630-978-4747
Byrne Tool — Rockford, MI, 616-866-4479
Cavalier Tool & Manufacturing, Ltd. — Windor, ON, Canada, 519-944-2144
CDM Tool & Mfg. Co. LLC — Hartford, WI, 262-673-5620
Chicago Mold Engineering Co., Inc. — St. Charles, IL, 630-584-1311
Commercial Tool & Die — Comstock Park, MI, 616-785-5400
Concept Molds, Inc. — Schoolcraft, MI, 269-679-2100
Creative Blow Mold Tooling — Lee's Summit, MO, 816-525-4220
Crest Mold Technology Inc. — Old Castle, ON, Canada, 519-737-1546
Custom Mold & Manufacturing Inc. — Milwaukee, WI, 414-384-6299
Dynamic Tool & Design — Menomonee Falls, WI, 262-783-6340
Electroform Co. — Rockford, IL, 815-533-4223
Extreme Tool & Engineering — Wakefield, MI, 906-229-9100
Industrial Molds — Rockford, IL, 815-397-2971
Intex Tooling Technologies — Aurora, ON, Canada, 289-840-1095
Janler Corp. — Chicago, IL, 773-774-0166
JMMS, Inc. — Easley, SC, 864-855-0450
Liberty Molds, Inc. — Portage, MI, 269-327-0997
M&M Tool and Mold LLC — Greenbay, WI, 920-336-6474
M.R. Mold & Engineering Corp. — Brea, CA, 714-996-5511
Max 3 LLC — Benton Harbor, MI, 269-925-2044
MGS Mfg. Group — Germantown, WI, 262-255-5790
Michael Tool & Mold Ltd. — Oldcastle, ON, Canada, 519-737-1269
Michiana Global Mold — Mishawaka, IN, 574-259-6262
Minco Tool & Mold, Inc. — Dayton, OH, 937-890-7905
Mold Craft, Inc. — Willernie, MN, 651-426-3216
Nypromold Inc. — Clinton, MA, 978-365-4547
Omega Tool Inc. — Menomonee Falls, WI, 262-255-0205
Precise Tooling Solutions, Inc. — Columbus, IN, 812-378-0247
R & D / Leverage — Lee's Summit, MI, 586-744-0881
Triangle Tool Corporation — Milwaukee, WI, 414-357-7117
United Tool and Mold Inc. — Easley, SC, 864-859-8300
Wepco Plastics Inc. — Middlefield, CT, 860-349-3407
X-Cell Tool Mold Inc. — Fairview, PA, 814-474-9100
Xcentric Mold & Engineering Inc. — Clinton Twp., MI, 586-598-4636
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