GW Plastics Completes Expansion at Royalton Facility
Monday, January 27, 2020
In response to its growing medical device business,advanced contract manufacturing and injection molding company GW Plastics, Inc.has completed the latest expansion of its Royalton, Vermont Manufacturing and Technology Center.
GW Plastics has added a 30,000 square foot expansion to accommodate the growth of its thermoplastic injection molding and medical device contract assembly business. The expansion includes a new 13,000 square foot Class 8 cleanroom capable of housing an additional 30 injection molding machines.This expansion also includes an additional 17,000 square feet warehousing space.
GW Plastics has added over 30 new jobs and invested more than $10,000,000 in construction, new technology,and equipment.The expanded facilities will accommodate immediate growth for GW Plastics’ thermoplastic molding business and will allow the company to expand affiliate GW Silicones’ cleanroom molding operations.
The 24-acre campus houses GW Plastics’ Product Development Center, Process Development and Training Center, Mold-Making Division, GW Plastics Royalton molding facility, and GW Silicones.
The Manufacturing and Technology Center houses some of GW Plastics’ most sophisticated technology, including 3D printers for plastic and steel to support prototyping and mold-making,as well as robotically-assisted injection molding and contract manufacturing. With the latest expansion, the Manufacturing and Technology Center will cover 90,000 square feet of advanced manufacturing space.
Source: GW Plastics