Michigan Company Increases Capability to Assist Plastic Tool and Die Industry with Chinese and Other Low Cost Country Partners

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International Mold and Production LLC is helping American and Canadian businesses stay competitive with additional service capabilities for chrome plating, quality personnel, additional mold making capacity, and molding machines in China and other Low Cost Countries. The company is also interested in providing low cost shipping racks for the Automotive industry.

International Mold and Production L.L.C. (IMAP) has purchased a new gantry style cnc machine for high speed cutting at their Livonia facility. In addition, equipment and people are added for making an additional 100 molds per year in China. A new facility is being built to house quality and manufacturing in order to generate P.P.A.P. documentation as required by the automotive industry.

The company was recently a featured supplier in Tooling Progress Report. A copy of the interview can be found at the company website.

"We have been impressed with IMAP's ability to provide competitive quotes and contacts for doing business in china, it allows us to serve the needs of our customers more efficiently." According to John Tenbusch of LinearMold, a Detroit area job shop. IMAP is positioned for growth says the owner "With our increased capabilities in china we can increase our sales, we are also looking into custom fabrication of shipping racks in Estonia, where we have 50,000 square feet of shop space used for making 10 foot long conveyor rollers. We think shipping racks would be a good fit, with our metal fabrication, low cost labor and materials, and plastic design experience."

The company serves the automotive, medical, aircraft, and computer industries, with offices in Hong Kong, Shenzen,Tallinn Estonia, and is Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.

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