5/4/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Another Plant Tour at Amerimold!

Originally titled 'Another Plant Tour at Amerimold!'
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Amerimold, SPE Mold Technologies Div and SPE Detroit Section Present Hi-Tech Mold Plant Tour.

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Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering is a family owned and operated business that values its team members' service, dedication and commitment to superior quality engineering and mold making.

From concept to launch, small tool packages to entire vehicle platforms, Hi-Tech Mold and Engineering possesses the vision, leadership, experience and resources necessary to make any program a success.

Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering maintains strategic alliances with multiple global partners providing their customers with cost-effective solutions and single point management for major programs.

Recognized as an industry leader and a full-service supplier for the plastics and tooling industries, the Hi-Tech team executes the most challenging programs with continuous
innovation.

 

 


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