Venture Plastics Adds Two Nissei Injection Molding Presses

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Venture Plastics now has a total of 16 machines at its El Paso plant and 19 presses at its Newton Falls facility in capacities ranging from 55 to 1,440 tons. 

Thermoplastics injection molder Venture Plastics Inc. reports that it has purchased two new Nissei injection molding presses to meet growing customer demand. The full-service, ISO/IATF 16949–certified molder operates processing facilities in Newton Falls, OH, and El Paso, TX.

A 123-ton Nissei press with a Yushin robot will be shipped to the company’s El Paso facility in March 2021. The other machine — a 197-ton press with robotic automation — was delivered to the Newton Falls plant this month. Both presses will be equipped with RJG eDARTS for process control.

Venture Plastics now has a total of 16 machines in El Paso and 19 presses in Newton Falls in capacities ranging from 55 to 1,440 tons. 

“Over the past several years, Venture Plastics has added equipment in El Paso and Newton Falls and expanded its Newton Falls facility with additional square footage to meet our growth goals,” commented Steve Trapp, President, Venture Plastics. “Our customers in the consumer, major appliance, energy storage, solar, rail, fuel delivery, medical, and agriculture markets will all benefit from the addition of these two Nissei machines.”

Venture Plastics’ Newton Falls plant operates with a total of 92,000 square feet across two facilities — 67,000 square feet are dedicated to molding and 25,000 square feet are devoted to warehousing and engineering. There is also a 60,000-square-foot molding operation in El Paso.

The company provides customers with services such as engineering, design and project management support, injection/structural foam molding, over molding, insert molding, gas-assist molding, decoration, plating, assembly, and welding. Venture Plastics has expertise processing a variety of engineered materials with UL traceability.

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