Injectron maintains a large and growing complement of molding machines, from 220 tons through 1500 tons and up to a 200 oz.
With a rail siding and 3 indoor material silos, Injectron maintains an advantage in material purchasing, translating into more competitive costs for our customers. Internal warehousing resources, company tractors and trailers, along with long term relationships with prime freight forwarders, add to our ability to meet tight delivery schedules. Injectron's strategic geographic location meets the needs of all customers throughout the US and abroad.
A mutually agreed upon quality plan is developed to meet your standards from the start, making certain identical methods of inspection are used. Maintaining a documentation trail is paramount in meeting your requirements. First and last shots are retained as running examples for future orders. With quality plans, recorded machine set up sheets and continuous inspection, Injectron ensures consistency from shot to shot and run to run.
From the conceptual stages through quoting and final design review, Injectron works closely with its customers to offer years of experience, providing a molder's eye to the design process. Look to Injectron to produce a new mold, or relocate an existing mold to our facility. Our experienced team approach in concurrent engineering has proven to reduce overall project lead time and assure an on time project launch
From the very beginning, you are assigned an experienced customer service representative to meet your requirements. Accessibility and communication are key to meeting your schedule. Your production requirements are entered into our MRP System, with orders being continually updated and tracked from entry through shipment