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Milacron’s DME signs strategic partnership agreement with Hawk Mold and Die

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Hawk Mold and Die
Hawk Mold and Die Supply (Pipersville, PA) now has the ability to offer its customers a much larger product catalog with DME’s industry-leading mold technologies and industrial supplies, said the company.

Mold components supplier DME, part of Milacron (Cincinnati, OH), has announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Hawk Mold and Die Supply (Pipersville, PA). The agreement transforms Hawk Mold and Die Supply into an exclusive DME East Coast distributor and warehouse.

Hawk Mold and Die Supply’s move to partner with DME marks a significant transition for the organization, having previously been a “premier” stocking distribution channel for over 30 years. Hawk Mold and Die Supply owner Glenn Hertzler said, “We simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to join an industry leader. These types of opportunities are rare, and there were so many positives to this agreement, most importantly for our customers, to whom we can now offer an unmatched catalog of mold technologies, mold bases and industrial supplies.”

Hawk Mold and Die Supply was started April 1, 1987, as a family-owned business. Since 1989, Hawk has been supplying quality mold bases and mold components; with the partnership with DME, Hawk brings the largest inventory of injection molding technology and supplies to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

“Hawk Mold and Die Supply now has the ability to offer its customers a much larger product catalog with DME’s industry-leading mold technologies and industrial supplies,” said Scott Smith, DME Director of Sales, Eastern Region. “And DME and Milacron get to partner with a Northeastern regional powerhouse and enter accounts that were previously unreachable,” Smith added.

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