Our recent announcement about 100% on-time delivery demonstrates our understanding of our committment to quality and of the needs of our clients.
Shirley, MA (PRWEB) March 17, 2010
ThermoFab, a manufacturer of custom plastic enclosures today announced three new clients and a new project with an existing client. These four wins demonstrate ThermoFab’s strength in providing custom plastic enclosures in a wide range of industries for companies seeking exceptional detail and quality through thermoforming.
The companies include:
- IPG Photonics of Oxford, MA, a developer and manufacturer of high-performance fiber lasers and amplifiers for diverse applications, chose ThermoFab for their new generation laser product.
- Healthy Environment Innovations of Dover, NH, a provider of solutions that improve work, travel, and living environments through reduction of toxins in the air and on surfaces, selected ThermoFab to build the second generation of their disinfection cart to be used in hospitals and cruise lines.
- Transparent Technologies Inc. of Lawrenceville, GA, a facilitator of evaluating, designing, and implementing technology solutions that drive revenue, improve retention, and reduce churn, partnered with ThermoFab for their new rack mounted custom designed bezel project for The Weather Channel.
- Accutome Inc. of Malvern, PA, a full service provider to the ophthalmic community, looked to ThermoFab for the creation of their 3-part, hand-held tonometer.
“We pride ourselves on working side by side with clients in a wide range of industries to assist them through the design, manufacturing, and assembly of their custom plastic enclosures,” said Tom King, President. “Our recent announcement about 100% on-time delivery throughout Q1 2010 demonstrates our understanding of the turn-around required by our clients and our commitment to quality.”
ThermoFab (http://www.thermofab.com) was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Shirley, Mass. The company designs, develops, and delivers custom plastic enclosure prototypes and products. Using a technique called "thermoforming," injection-molded detail can be achieved with revolutionary speed and quality.