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Medical Molder Marman Industries Expands, Buys New Arburg Presses

Article-Medical Molder Marman Industries Expands, Buys New Arburg Presses

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The La Verne, CA–based company anticipates a fourth consecutive year of double-digit growth.

Business is booming at Marman Industries, a custom manufacturer of plastic products for the medical market. The company has reported double-digit annual growth in each of the last three years, and it says it's on track to repeat that performance in 2023. To keep up with demand and build for the future, it’s also making considerable investments in its plastics manufacturing capabilities.

Based in La Verne, CA, Marman recently expanded its metrology lab and added a Zeiss 0-Inspect vision system, Zeiss coordinate measuring machine, and Makino F5 hard milling machine to support the 20-person tool room that specializes in building medical molds.

The company maintains a Class 8 cleanroom on site, which will soon be joined by a second cleanroom with the same classification. Construction is expected to be completed this fall. Marman will take delivery of four new Arburg injection molding machines once the cleanroom is ready; at that time, it will be running a total of 32 molding machines.

Marman said it provides fully integrated manufacturing services and state-of-the-art engineering to manage and develop projects from initial concept to production. Capabilities include product development, mold design and engineering, and plastic injection molding. With molding and tooling operations under one roof, Marman said it can offer clients the security of single-source responsibility.

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