Plastic Extruder Offers Free Tooling On New Custom Extrusion Jobs

Bally, PA (PressExposure) May 15, 2009 -- Tony Madison, HPE President, said the offer had a dual purpose. “We are, of course, interested in expanding our customer base. That’s a given. But we also see this as our own kind of ‘stimulus program.’ Many of our customers are Original Equipment Manufacturers. They look to us to extrude plastic components which are integral parts of their own end products. By offering to design and manufacture a customer’s extrusion dies, we help OEMs keep their production costs down and make it easier—and a lot less expensive—for them to market their industrial or consumer products. To put it another way, we like to think we’re helping in our own small way to ‘jump-start’ the economy.”

To qualify for the no-charge tooling offer, a manufacturer need only submit specs or a drawing of the required component. Although the customer must contract for a minimum number of extruded parts, that number will vary, depending on the complexity of the part, Madison explained.

About HPE Extrusion Solutions: HPE was founded in 1972 as Hunsinger Plastic Extrusions, a niche custom manufacturer of extruded plastic profile products. Since that time, HPE has gained vast experience in the extrusion of complex profiles of all shapes and sizes using an impressive variety of traditional and advanced resins.

Above and beyond our capabilities for rising to the most difficult extrusion challenges, we pride ourselves on our reputation for delivering uncompromising quality and service

For information, contact HPE Extrusions Solutions, 20 N. Front St., Suite #1, Bally, PA 19503; phone 610-845-9111; FAX 610-845-9113; Email: tmadison@hpplasticextrusions.com

About HPE Extrusions Solutions

Contact :
Tony Madison
HPE Extrusions Solutions
Bally, PA
610-845-9111
tmadison@hpplasticextrusions.com
http://www.hpeplasticextrusions.com

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Press Release Submitted On: May 15, 2009 at 7:00 am
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