The technology behind custom blow molding has made great strides in recent years that allow manufacturers to produce a wide variety of products. These blow molded products have extensive applications in nearly every aspect of life in today’s society. From plastic water containers to parts for the automotive industry, blow molding is producing durable, cost efficient products.
An in house engineering and design team enables Western Case to provide customers with a part design that will be cost effective in manufacturing and functional in its end application. The applications of custom blow molding are nearly endless and some of the products for which it is used may surprise you.
The number and variety of products that can be manufactured quickly and efficiently using blow molding are too numerous to mention. Whether you need customized display cases, liquid retention units, or something totally unique to your business, Western Case has the experience and expertise to get you the part you need at the price you want.
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Western Case made the move to a new state-of-the-art facility late last year. The addition of six large, single and multiple head blow molders has increased our production capacity by nearly 2.5 times. The WCI management team is setting new sales targets due to this increase in capacity, and as of quarter two 2014 our custom blow molding production is returning very favorable results.
By moving from a 20,000-square-foot facility to a 58,000-square-foot facility, Western Case has positioned itself to be one of the leading blow molding plastic companies in the country. Western Case’s plastic carrying cases are already one the most respected plastic carrying case lines available in the market. Now, we have ability to take on higher volume custom blow molding and custom plastic carrying case projects.
Shipments of plastics machinery are up year-over-year at the end of Quarter One 2014 and a large portion of that rise can be attributed to growth in the U.S. blow molding sector. Last month’ the Society of Plastics Industry noted that around $300 million worth of primary equipment was shipped during quarter one, a nearly 11% increase over shipments during the same quarter in 2013.
These shipments include injecting molding machines, extruders, blow molders and thermoforming machines. Capital expenditures are way up for many companies, including those in plastics.
The blow molding plastics sector has seen companies move production back to the U.S over the past couple of years. The need for intricate custom blow molding projects has companies focusing on quality just as much as price and delivery. This is especially true as OEM’s — such as Wal-Mart — respond to customer requests for products that are “MADE IN USA”, which in turn drives up demand for blow molding in the U.S.