Empire Precision Plastics was pleased to welcome friends, supporters, and government officials at its 25th Anniversary Open House last month, including Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren.
In addition to celebrating Empire’s 25 years in business, the event included a facilities tour highlighting several areas of growth. The company recently completed an expansion that added:
- updated injection molding equipment
- a new tool room and expanded tooling capabilities
- an updated technology center – our “idea factory”
- additional clean rooms and automation
- an expanded warehouse
Tool Room Supervisor Jeremy Groff explains to a tour group how molds are made.
Guests journey through the main manufacturing space.
Mayor Warren examines an optical mold shown by Tooling & Engineering Manager John Meabon.
Pat Sisca, Senior Process Engineer, describes the molding process for various medical device components.
During her visit, Warren also spoke to the Empire Precision team, presented Empire President Neal Elli with a plaque, and participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Empire President Neal Elli accepts a congratulatory plaque from Mayor Lovely Warren.
Empire unveils a new logo in addition to its upgraded facility.
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