St. Louis, MO — Ken Tacony, CEO, announced today that Tacony Corporation
has acquired the assets of Mac Molding Company and that Lance Loeffelman,
the owner of Mac Molding Company, Inc., has signed a long-term employment
agreement to continue running Mac Molding’s operations. “We have used many
injection molding companies over the years, but none has been better able to
consistently deliver the high-quality, highly-finished parts required for our
vacuums than Mac Molding. We are very excited to have Lance and his staff join
our Company”, Tacony said.
Mac Molding was founded in 1972 by Robert McDorman who sold the company
to the Loeffelman’s in 1997. Located in Sunset Hills, Mac Molding has 24
employees, with over half having at least 30 years of service.
For over eight years, Mac Molding has been molding parts for Tacony’s vacuum
cleaner plant in St. James, Missouri. In recent years, Tacony has accounted for
the majority of Mac Molding’s business. Earlier this year, Tacony completed a
substantial expansion of its St. James facility with the intention of eventually
bringing its injection molding requirements “in house”. “This presented an
opportunity to grow Mac Molding’s capacity to be able to keep up with the growth
of Tacony’s business and to continue to service our other customers and to seek
new ones”, Loeffelman said.
In addition to Tacony, Mac Molding’s customers include companies in the
electronics and consumer products industries. “We are proud of our long-term
relationships with our customers and look forward to continuing to serve them.
As the St. James operations grow, we will be able to handle more new business
in Sunset Hills”, Loeffelman said.
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