KENTON, OHIO - Pleasant Pre-cision Inc. has moved into a 54,000-square-foot facility the company leases, with option to purchase, in Kenton. The firm spent $1.9 million to renovate the building, which had been vacant for more than 10 years. Pleasant Precision is a mold maker and innovator of the Round Mate interchangeable insert mold system.
The facility also will house InnoPlas Corp., a custom injection molding firm that began operations in a section of Pleas-ant Precision's former facility in Huntsville, Ohio. InnoPlas, a joint venture between Pleasant Pre-cision and Keith Kinnear, projects sales of more than $2 million in 1996. InnoPlas gives Pleasant Pre-cision the opportunity to provide complete services from initial design to finished product. Inno-Plas operates 12 injection molding machines with clamping forces of 60-200 tons.
Ron Pleasant, president and owner, projects a growth rate for both firms of 30-40 percent annually over the next three years.