All Service Plastic Molding Inc. is buying three all-electric Mitsubishi injection molding machines.
The company is adding a 55-ton and two 110-ton presses, according to Gary Deaton, All Service manager of marketing and manufacturing. He said one of the machines is replacing an older one, while the other two will increase capacity.
The company now has 31 presses, ranging from 50-950 tons.
Deaton said All Service has seen double-digit growth the past four years and is looking for 15 percent growth this year. He cited office equipment, consumer products and automotive as key markets, but noted the company also plans to increase its medical and defense businesses.
The 21-year-old company boosted its quality standards from QS 9000 to TS-16949 last fall.
All Service is part of Minco Group, which employs more than 350 in a 170,000-square-foot, three-building complex in Dayton. Its sister company, Minco Tool & Mold Inc., has been offering 24-hour mold-building service since 1984. Deaton said Minco added a five-axis milling center in February.