Throughout the pandemic, Thomson Plastics has maintained production to supply parts to multiple customers deemed essential businesses. Although Thomson Plastics has been impacted, we have tried to do our part in flattening the curve through consulting hospitals and medical supply companies on designs for PPE. We have also contributed financially to local non-profits in the areas around our manufacturing plants to aid those less fortunate and affected by the pandemic.
-Thomson Plant - McDuffie Manna
-Howell Plant - Bountiful Harvest Inc.
-Lexington Plant - Open Hands of Davidson County
Thomson Plastics, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Lexington, North Carolina Plant has concluded their audit for the IATF 16949 and has been formally recommended for certification. Congratulations Team! Thank you for your hard work.
In response to customer requests, Thomson Plastics, Inc. announces the purchase of a 1760 ton press with a six axis ABB robot for its Howell, Michigan plant. The Howell plant has 12 presses with a range from 66 to 1760 clamping tons.
Thomson Plastics, Inc. announced that it has opened a new facility in Howell, Michigan. Thomson Plastics ranks as one of Plastics News magazine/s Top 100 Injection Molders for 2013.
Thomson Plastics announced it has launched a new website, www.thomsonplastics.com, that showcases the company's full offering of manufacturing and assembly products and services.
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