Mission Micro Molding Relocating

Mission Micro Molding, a micro and small part injection molder, announced that it has bought a new facility and relocated to Irvine, Calif.

The facility will provide more than 1,000 square feet of cleanroom, allowing the company to create “a more efficient process to complete customers’ orders,” it said in a news release.

“We wanted to upgrade our facility and be closer to our customers,” President Lisa Carr said in the release.

The company specializes in parts from .01 gram to 13 grams, and services include injection molding, insert molding, over molding and assembly.

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