First American Plastic, Top Plastic Injection Molding Company, Helps with Incomplete Projects

Leader in Plastic Injection Molding Offers ‘Mold Takeover Program’ to Help Companies Complete Work Left Unfinished by Other Manufacturers.

07-December-2010 – SOUTH BELOIT, ILL - If other manufacturers drop the ball on project, First American Plastic Molding Enterprise is standing by to pick up and finish the job, company officials say. The plastic injection molding company hosts a “mold takeover program” designed to make sure customers are not left with incomplete work.

“Completing a complicated plastics project can be difficult enough without having to worry about whether a manufacturer can adequately finish the job. Our experts at First American Plastic are more than willing to take over projects and make sure they are completed in the best possible manner,” said Steve Erickson, a vice president of First American Plastic Molding Enterprise.

Projects transferred under the mold takeover program are assigned to a project manager, who is in charge of overseeing the project while providing regular status updates to the customers.First American Plastic can draw on years of plastics experience to offer customers quality services. The company can easily transfer over projects without losing valuable production time, and customers can expect competitive prices in the process.

“At First American Plastic, we are successful because we are thorough and reliable,” Erickson said. “Whether our task is creating parts from plastic injection molding or helping you complete unfinished work, our team of experts can ensure that the customers we serve will be satisfied.”

About First American Plastic Molding Enterprise: First American Plastic Molding Enterprise ( is a plastic injection molding company providing thermoplastic injection molding manufacturing solutions for companies throughout most industries. They operate two facilities in the United States. Its enterprise headquarters in South Beloit, Illinois, is a 39,000 sq. ft. facility located 75 miles northwest of Chicago; its Ocean Springs, Mississippi, facility covers 22,000 sq. ft. and is located near Biloxi on the Mississippi Gulf coast.