LOGANSPORT, IND. — Small Parts Inc. has purchased a 50,000-square-foot facility in Wauseon, Ohio, to expand its Napco Plastics Inc. division.
The facility was the headquarters and sole plant of Poly Craft Inc., a Core Industries subsidiary. Details of the deal were not disclosed.
The plant, which employs 80, includes 16 injection molding machines with clamping forces as large as 1,000 tons.
The acquisition, completed in May, will boost Napco's capacity and become its second facility. Napco, based in Napoleon, Ohio, reported 1996 sales of $15 million.
Logansport-based Small Parts, like Poly Craft, molds for the automotive industry, but also makes parts for the industrial and appliance markets.
Small Parts operates four facilities and has annual sales of $70 million.
A company spokesman said the firm is considering a new facility in Mexico, but declined to give details.