Quality Products and Exceptional Customer Care
Here at Murray Plastics, we are passionate about helping our customers design, create and employ the perfect plastic injection mold. As a proud US-based manufacturer with a strong commitment to quality products and services, we take a lot of pride in our dedication to honest, down-to-earth communication and top-notch customer care.
A large part of our continued growth as a company comes simply from word of mouth recommendations - that is, when customers have a great experience with Murray Plastics, and can’t help but tell their friends and team members about it. That’s why we are pleased to share that Murray Plastics was recently profiled and featured in the Small Business Spotlight section of accessWDUN.com!
US Based Manufacturing Makes a Difference
With over 19 years of industry experience, the team at Murray Plastics has an extensive background helping customers turn their plastic mold injection ideas or design concepts into tangible, real-life plastic tools. And while there are plenty of plastic mold injection producers out there, Murray Plastics has the unique benefit of being a US-based manufacturer - making us a business that’s well-suited for collaboration and exceptional customer service. Thanks to our domestic roots and American-made pieces, Murray Plastics creates a competitive advantage for customers looking to source high-quality plastic injection molding at a reasonable price.
Our Feature on accessWDUN.com
Thanks again to Joy Holmes for this wonderful feature on the people and practices at Murray Plastics!
“Murray Plastics is a local business in Gainesville that has helped visionaries turn their ideas into realities for the past 23 years.
What started as a small company in New York is now a growing business near central Gainesville. Murray Plastics specializes in customized injection molding, so no project is too small for the company – if there’s a concept, there’s a way to create it.
“We have inventors come to us that have an idea that they would like to get to market,” Kevin Keizer, the Project Design and Development Manager at Murray Plastics, said. “We also have established companies that may have a new product that they are either going to sell or pretty much use for their in-house process,” he said.
Murray Plastics has created a wide variety of products from military-grade night vision to cell phone stands, but the company’s roots are in manufactured film reels processed through a second branch of the business called Tayloreel.
Tayloreel has manufactured a number of film reels once used in traditional filmmaking, but now the reels are used as electronic components and in automation, Keizer said.
Injection molding is used for both branches of the company, but what exactly is followed when practicing the process?”