NEWARK, Ohio, March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Anomatic Corporation, known for their unique, high volume metal anodizing process for the medical, pharmaceutical, personal care and cosmetic packaging industries, is expanding their Connecticut production facility. In 2010, Anomatic reinvested 1.2 million dollars to build a comprehensive tool and die shop and expand their metal stamping capacity. This capacity increase includes 10 new metal stamping presses and enables Anomatic to design and build tooling onsite.
The Connecticut facility, which opened in 2007 with just three machines, will add an additional eight presses by July 2011. Sixteen presses are currently installed and capacity is expected to increase from 300 million to 500 million stamped components annually.
"Reducing lead times, increasing speed to market and improving on-time delivery are critical drivers to customer satisfaction," said Scott L. Rusch, President of Anomatic Corporation. "This new addition of presses at our Connecticut facility will not only allow us to increase our overall production, but also allow us to meet our clients needs more quickly and efficiently, making the Connecticut facility our center of excellence for metal stamping and tool building."
In 2010 Anomatic anodized over 950 million components, a 20% increase over 2009. The Ohio-based company continues to invest in assembly machines, CI improvements and technical support additions to service their global customers' needs.
About Anomatic Corporation
Established in 1965, Anomatic has served as a well diversified manufacturer of anodized aluminum packaging for the pharmaceutical, medical, cosmetic and health & beauty packaging industries worldwide. Today, Anomatic's state of the art facilities in Ohio, Connecticut and Suzhou, China offer expertise in product design, metal forming, anodizing, decorating and assembly. For more information on the company, visit www.Anomatic.com.
SOURCE Anomatic Corporation