Welcome to Matrix, Incorporated, a world leader in precision injection molding of plastic components for the automotive, electronic, and fiberoptic/optoelectronic industries. Our goal is to reduce your time to market. Our cross-functional teams provide advanced product quality planning that results in solutions to the most demanding molding problems. International companies, such as IBM, Siemens, Stanadyne and VDO Mannesmann, rely on our 35 years of experience and our focus on quality for problem-free production and superior value.
Matrix was started in 1963 by William B. Anderson. Since the early beginnings, Matrix has grown into a world leader in precision injection molding of plastic components for the automotive, electronic and fiberoptic/optoelectronic industries. The healthcare industry has also recognized our micron tolerance and micro molding capabilities as solutions to difficult applications.
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