The company told Plastics News this move will help it grow its traditional plastics business and achieve a high precision and integrated business model.
 
The company’s new centre is equipped to perform metal injection moulding, stamping, die-casting, forging and aluminium extrusion. It also injection moulds plastics (thermoset, thermoplastic and insert moulding) and fluoropolymers.
 
The company reportedly expects to grow its sales by 15-20% this year from 200 million New Taiwan dollars (about US$7 million). It employs about 100 people.
 
Source: Plastics News