FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Revcor Molded Products Inc., with $15.5 million in sales, is building a headquarters plant in Haltom City, Texas, and buying new injection presses for a new molding operation in Carpentersville, Ill. Total investment is about $5 million to $6 million, said Tim Murphy, executive vice president.
The Haltom City plant, located a few miles from Revcor's current headquarters facility in Fort Worth, will organize machines according to markets for the parts they mold. When the new 126,000-square-foot plant is completed in August, the company will sell the Fort Worth building.
Murphy said a phase-two expansion in the next three to five years could possibly double the size of the facility.
Founded in 1949, the plastics molder was purchased in 1986 by Revcor Inc., owned by the Reichwein family.
Now Revcor Molded Products has begun molding at Revcor Inc.'s headquarters in Carpentersville, with four new Toyo presses, one 150-tonner and three 300-ton machines.