Intertech Plastics, LLC (“Intertech”), Denver, Colorado, an injection molding company, has invested in new technology to increase the capacity of its plastics facility, supporting business growth in packaging, industrial products and consumer goods.
Continuing its effort to standardize, Intertech added five new Toyo all-electric injection molding machines, including two 35-ton, a 55-ton, a 90-ton and a 200-ton. Additionally, the company integrated two new Whitman Top Entry Automation robots as well as designed and manufactured a custom lid-closing automation cell.
This is the fifth consecutive year in which Intertech made significant investments in its technology. Focused on providing customers with repeatable performance, zero defects and 100 percent on-time delivery, Intertech uses technology and innovation to build quality control into its processes, while optimizing shop floor efficiency to meet customers’ demand.
Jim Kepler, president, Intertech Plastics, stated that through the COVID-19 pandemic the company remained focused on its customers’ success. By investing in new technology, it provides its customers with consistent, repeatable and defect-free injection-molded solutions.
In 2021, Intertech will continue its commitment to its “Part Perfect” approach to injection molding by launching an aggressive five-year strategic Technology & Innovation Roadmap.
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