GW Plastics marks 10 years in Queretaro with major facility upgrade
Precision injecting moulding company GW Plastics marked the tenth anniversary of its facility in Queretaro, by completing a major upgrade of its facility to accommodate additional room for expansion in a high-tech, climate-controlled contract manufacturing environment, according to a press release.
The Vermont-based company established its facility in 2006 to support the rapidly growing automotive market, subsequently expanding to support the medical device market in the region.
GW Plastics Queretaro currently houses 25 injection molding machines ranging from 50-660 tons. In addition to precision injection molding, the state-of-the-art facility offers its customers in-house tooling and assembly of finished products.
The firm has invested heavily in Scientific Injection Molding capabilities and advanced automation to deliver a remarkable Six Sigma quality performance to its customers with defect levels below 3.4 parts per million opportunities.
Brenan Riehl, GW Plastics’ president and chief executive officer, said: “We are proud of our growth during times of economic uncertainty throughout the past decade,” said Riehl.
“Our success in Mexico has solidified us as a global plastics contract manufacturing partner of choice, and we are delighted to celebrate this anniversary with our employees and customers. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of our hardworking team members and loyal customers for helping us achieve this important milestone”, Riehl added.