Injection Molding M&A

M&A has always been a prominent part of the plastic molding industry. Every new issue of Plastics News seems to contain several articles on noteworthy mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and restructurings.  A lot of these M&A deals involve smaller, privately-owned injection molding companies, blow molders, thermoformers, compounders, and other plastic/rubber component manufacturing companies.

In a strong economy, a successful custom injection molding company can use an acquisition to grow and gain new customers. In a weak economy, a merger can be an effective way for a small molder to cut costs and stay afloat.

In either case, our M&A advisory services and business brokering expertise can be invaluable for owners pursuing an exit strategy or simply searching for a new path for their injection molding or other processing business.

Acquire Another Molder

If you are looking to grow your molding or processing business through acquisition, we have thousands of injection molders and plastic component manfuacturers in our database and can find a company or a facility that fits with your criteria and long-term goals. We have the flexibility to be as involved or as absent from the negotiations as you desire.

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Sell Your Molding Company

If you are looking to sell your injection molding business, we have unmatched industry contacts and extensive M&A and business brokering experience in the plastic molding space. We will bring multiple buyers to the table and maximize the price and favorable terms of your transaction. We will stop at nothing to sell your molding company.

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Recent M&A Transactions

Molding Business Services advised Centrex on this transaction.
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Current M&A Engagements

Molding Business Services is currently working with a multitude of companies in the plastics industry, including several custom injection molders and automotive molders, a proprietary injection molder, a blow molder and a liquid silicone rubber molder. Our clients are located all over North America and have annual revenue ranging from $3 million to $60 million.
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