Meet one of Schaumburg's oldest manufacturers

Meet one of Schaumburg's oldest manufacturers


SBA President, Kaili Harding, recently visited with PM Mold, SBA member, and Center for Economic Development investor. PM Mold is one of Schaumburg oldest manufacturers, as they have been in business in Schaumburg since 1974, and is a 2nd generation owned, family run business. PM Mold is a manufacturer of plastic injection tooling. They also make steel molds for plastic injection companies throughout the US, and abroad. The company runs with a core value of treating employees like family, and making sure that their employees keep their own families as a priority.

The company also is all about innovation, making sure to keep the latest machines and robotics running for maximum efficiency and quality. PM Mold is a leader in their industry, which has won them numerous trade awards over the years, and also won many clients in the aerospace, automotive industries, and many national and foreign defense contracts. They make a diverse line of products, and they specialize in being able to manufacture small quantities of products as efficiently as the largest orders that they receive, while still saving their clients money.

PM Mold is dedicated to growing in Schaumburg, and is preparing for the future through their membership in the SBA. Just a few years ago PM Mold president Larry Hauck was introduced to Bob Socha, North American President of MTA, a fellow SBA member, through the Center for Economic Development, they realized there was synergy between their two companies, and now PM Mold is a supplier to MTA.

The SBA would like to recognize PM Mold for their dedication to Schaumburg, the business community, and to keeping business local.

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Jeff Miller wrote:
It's great to see companies that have been around for years...connecting with newer Schaumburg businesses....and having the SBA in the middle making it happen! Great Job SBA!

Jan, 27 @ 2:07 PM

2. John W. Pudelek wrote:
I worked at PM Mold,in 1967, when they were just a small shop on Montrose Av. in Chicago. I also worked again for them in the 80's in Schaumburg. It was great to work for Norb and Ole. I learned a lot from them and am proud to say I worked at PM. I was very impressed to see how far the second generation has taken the company. Nice Job!!!

May, 23 @ 10:05 PM

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