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Cary Products Company, Inc., founded by Arthur P. Cary in 1946, is a leading international full-service plastic accessories supplier to both the MVAC and HVAC heating & air conditioning industry. Our head office and 83,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility reside on a 17 acre site, which is located just 10 miles south of Dallas, TX. Our facility consists of 33 injection molding machines, which range from 28 to 716 tons. Within our manufacturing facility, our equipment and capabilities in production consist of Secondary Operations such as Ultrasonic Welding, Hot Stamping, Assembly, and Pad Printing. The Cary Products production team has many years of combined experience in injection molding and manufacturing from mold setups, manufacturing processes to assembly. At Cary Products Company, Inc., we are totally quality minded and take pride in our ability to manufacture with proven safe and efficient process techniques.
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Cary Products was founded in 1946 by A.P. Cary as a plastic injection molding company. From the late 1950's to the present day Cary Products is a major supplier of complete AC and DC Blower Assemblies, Louver Vents and a wide variety of other plastic parts for the Automotive HVAC market. Cary Products also specializes in a wide variety of air conditioning services. With today's global economy many companies owning their molds/tools find their cost have raised. Cary Products fully accommodates owners or companies with specialized molds of their own through transferring molds to Cary Products. We welcome the opportunity to quote your plastic products. Our mission at Cary Products is to provide our customers with high quality, cost effective injection molded components and assemblies. We believe our success is directly linked to the success of our customers. We will strive to meet and exceed your requirements for designing, producing and decorating the finest in plastic injection molding.
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