MUNDELEIN, Ill., March 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Duncan MacLean, President of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions, announced the formation of the new Engineered Plastics Company – a merger of its Polymer Technologies business in Whitewater, Wisconsin with EPC, of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. EPC, which has been in operation since 1981 is an industry trusted and leading plastic injection molding supplier. The new Engineered Plastics Company will be aligned under the Engineered Components Group of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions.
Jim Tanner, Vice President Business Development, said, "Through the formation of Engineered Plastics Company, MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions is taking a significant step towards expanding our business reach and product range in plastic injection molding. This new venture allows us to further diversify our customer base and also provides an ideal opportunity to better support our current clients with an extended range of high quality products and services."
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions supplies Engineered Components, Fastener Components and Linkage and Suspension Components to a wide range of industries including automotive, heavy truck, aerospace, appliance, wind, and mining. Engineered Components products include cold formed and machined components, horizontal hot-formed components and engineered functional plastics. Fastener Components products include Securex and Decorex brand wheel fasteners, high temperature Lockthread bolts, ESNA locknuts and a wide variety of internally threaded fasteners such as Whiz-Lock, Clinch-Lok and Step-Lok nuts. Linkage and Suspension Components products include aluminum control arms, ball studs, housings, plastics and PogoStik linkages.
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions is a division of the MacLean-Fogg Company, a global enterprise with 26 manufacturing facilities, annual sales exceeding $800 million, and a worldwide workforce of more than 3,000 people. The MacLean-Fogg Company provides engineered metal and plastic components to the industrial, automotive, military and aerospace markets, and unique devices used in the transmission and distribution of power. For more information, visit www.macleanfoggcs.com or contact Bradley Southwood, 248-853-2525, or [email protected].