Maryland Thermoform announced today the purchase of two 3 station rotary thermoforming machines

October 03 15:15 2017

Maryland Thermoform, a vertically integrated custom plastic processor announced today they had purchased two 3 station rotary thermoforming machines and has begun the installation process. The first line will be available in September 2017

Tammy Sagastume, New Business Manager for Maryland Thermoform stated, “The company is best known for its light gauge thermoform packaging in the cosmetic, electronic, medical, food packaging, and retail markets.  However, the company’s capacity and all around sophistication have made us a very capable heavy gauge industrial thermoforming company as well.  These two new lines will allow for more flexibility and capacity to meet the needs of our customers.  It makes my job so much easier having both processing methods of equipment. I can match machines to projects, offering the customer internationally competitive products and prices.  Additionally, our abilities in CNC machining and 3D printing has allowed us to keep pace with our larger competitors while still serving all sizes of clients including the venture capital start-ups.”

Maryland Thermoform Corporation was once fueled by venture capital, so they understand the hurdles and can make it attractive to work with as a vendor.  Their larger competitors have parameters to work within that do not exist at Maryland Thermoform.

Scott Macdonald, speaking for Maryland Thermoform emphasized, “Our two distinctive processing methods allow for specific market emphasis as well. Cut sheet equipment utilizing PPS, Ultem, Nylon and other high heat and specialty materials focus us into defense and aerospace markets.  Roll-fed equipment allows us to target all the commonly molded commodity materials like PET, PS, HDPE, ABS, HDPE, and PP and services the electronic, medical, food packaging, and retail markets. In each method, we manufacture in small to medium size press sizes.”

The thermoforming process is typically performed with either roll-fed or cut sheetfed automated equipment. Most companies usually specialize in either method rather than creating the capacity to do both methods.  Maryland Thermoform, started by Tony Gerace in the early seventies, thermoformed exclusively with cut sheet processing equipment until 1994, when the company was reorganized and reopened as a multi-faceted processor with a cut sheet and roll-fed equipment.

Media Contact
Company Name: Maryland Thermoform Corporation
Contact Person: Tammy Sagastume
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (410) 947-5063 x112
Country: United States
Website: www.mdthermo.com

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