From Statesville, N.C., to Woodbridge, Conn., to Cavendish, Vt., and of course the Mack Headquarters in Arlington, Vt., Halloween brings out the best in Mack’s frighteningly creative Mack employees as they dress up and carve ghoulish gourds. They are rewarded with cider and donuts, as well as cash prizes for scariest, funniest and most creative. If working with this fun team sounds good to you visit our job board and maybe next year you can skulk around with us!
The Mack team does not have to go far for this one – we’re heading to the Design-2-Part show in Marlborough, Mass., Sept. 25 and 26, 2019, at the Royal Plaza Trade Center – and we hope to see you there.
Please accept our VIP invitation and free admission and stop by to see us at booth 512.
The Design-2-Part Show is the region’s largest design & contract manufacturing show. The show features exhibiting companies covering more than 300 manufacturing and service categories for the metals, plastics, rubber, and electronics industries. Mack will be taking full advantage of the gathering by displaying a wide variety of parts that showcase our manufacturing capabilities and services.
While its roots are in custom plastic injection molding, today Mack is a vertically-integrated product development and manufacturing partner that can help take ideas from inception through prototyping to manufacturing as a full-service contract manufacturer with specialties in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, machining and turnkey system assembly. Whether you are interested in Mack Medical, Mack Molding, Mack Technologies, Mack Prototype or Synectic Product Development, the design function is part of a total product development solution geared toward reducing cost and time-to-market and our vertically integrated services have been organized to benefit your business throughout the product life cycle.
On July 23, 2019, Mack Molding’s summer interns boarded a bus to visit Mack Prototype in Gardner, Mass. It’s a yearly tradition and a highlight of the program, during which the students get to see firsthand how Mack Proto’s manufacturing processes including rapid prototyping, rapid tooling and low volume plastics molding complement Mack’s full suite of vertically-integrated contract manufacturing services.
On July 18, 2019, Mack Molding opened the doors of its Arlington, Vt., headquarters to 21 kindergarten through fourth-grade students in Happy Days Playschool’s summer program. Students got a first-hand look at manufacturing, including sheet metal fabrication lasers, assembly lines and the amenities enjoyed by employees.