American Elite Molding Expands Commitment to American Manufacturing

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America’s leading manufacturer of nylon cable ties spreads American-made focus throughout supply chain by making all products in U.S. with American employees and utilizing American-made raw material and supplies such as boxes, bags, and labels.

American Elite Molding

American Elite Molding cable ties are Made in the USA with American-made raw material.

We plan to double in size over the next five years, increasing the number of Americans we employ, the volume of American-made raw material and supplies we purchase, and the investment we make back into our community and our country.

American Elite Molding, America’s leading manufacturer of cable ties, is expanding its commitment to American manufacturing by spreading this focus to every point throughout the company’s supply chain, utilizing American-made raw materials and supplies such as bags, boxes, and labels. The company produces more than 1.5 billion cable ties annually—using nylon that is manufactured by DuPont in the United States—at its plant in Crestview, Florida, with local employees. The plant was recently expanded by 20,000 square feet, adding 40 new high-quality jobs. American Elite Molding also has four regional warehouses to facilitate Just-in-Time Delivery; these warehouses are located in California, Connecticut, Florida, and Indiana. The company plans to double in size within the next five years while maintaining all production processes in the United States and endeavoring to use all American suppliers.

“We have grown by double digits every year since we opened our doors as an American manufacturer in 2004,” said American Elite Molding CEO and Founder Robert Sires. “We see enormous competitive advantages in keeping all of our production here in the U.S., including quality control, reduced distribution costs, and faster shipping times. We also find that having our management and staff in one location facilitates innovation, problem-solving, and productivity. As part of our commitment to American manufacturing, we want to help other American companies succeed and grow; to this end, we work with our clients as partners to ensure that they are getting the products they need when they need them. Our regional warehouses are kept fully stocked so that our customers don’t need to carry excess inventory—they can order as needed, and receive their products right away. Additionally, getting our raw material and supplies such as boxes, bags, and labels from American companies keeps money and jobs here in our country. We plan to double in size over the next five years, increasing the number of Americans we employ, the volume of American-made raw material and supplies we purchase, and the investment we make back into our community and our country. We encourage other companies to make a similar commitment to growing American manufacturing and boosting our economy.”

American Elite Molding is America’s leading manufacturer of nylon cable ties. Located in Crestview, Florida, its state-of-the-art facility operates 24/7/365 and boasts the most advanced production processes in the U.S. AEM offers an extensive line of cable ties in a variety of lengths, tensile strengths, and colors, plus accessories such as mounting pads and cable clamps. American Elite Molding’s specialty products include EZ- Off™ ties, releasable ties, custom-printed ties, and HVAC duct straps. All cable ties use virgin nylon 6/6 to guarantee superior quality and are UL Listed and Mil-Spec approved. AEM maintains a full inventory of all cable ties for Just-in-Time delivery from one of four stocking locations to its national distributor network. American Elite Molding is committed to continuous improvement in quality and service in all areas. The company focuses on customer success as well as satisfaction, and all American Elite Molding products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For more information, call 1-888-463-3454, visit http://www.AmericanEliteMolding.com, or find AEM on Facebook.

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