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The supplier of injection molding and contract services to the medical device and other sectors has purchased a 53,000-sq.-ft. building and 10-acre lot next to its Meadville, PA, headquarters.
Posted by Staff
October 26, 2023
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Image courtesy of C&J Industries
Custom injection molder and medical device contract manufacturer C&J Industries announced the purchase of a 53,000-sq.-ft. building and associated property in Meadville, PA.
Adjacent to C&J Industries headquarters and sitting on 10 acres of land, the purchase of the building and lot will address the company’s long-term needs for manufacturing and warehouse space resulting from multiple years of double-digit growth, said the news release. Since 2007, the company reportedly has more than doubled its sales revenue.
“In 2011, C&J added 28,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space and a quality assurance lab,” said Rob Marut, C&J president and CEO. “With this new building, C&J can reconfigure our existing plant to optimize production flow. We now have 26 acres, which gives us ample space for manufacturing, warehouse, and parking,” he added.
The purchase of the new building will increase the company’s footprint from 162,000 to 215,000 sq. ft. “We have several automated assembly projects coming online, so this added space is vital for our continued growth,” explained C&J Vice President Jerry Sargent. “We now have the option to configure our manufacturing space to align with our market segments.”
The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Employee-owned C&J Industries supplies plastic injection molded components, assemblies, and complete devices to a range of sectors including the medical device, pharma, industrial, telecommunications, and consumer markets.
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