Company to hire up to 52 workers as it looks for growth in auto tooling market
OLDCASTLE, Ont.—An automotive mold maker based just outside of Windsor, Ont. is scaling up its operations by adding 24,000 sq. ft. of floor space at its manufacturing base in southern Ontario.
Working to keep up with demand, Integrity Tool & Mold Inc. plans to invest approximately $22.8 million to increase its production space, buy new tools and hire up to 52 new workers.
The federal government is contributing $2.4 million to the project through FedDev Ontario.
The company, which primarily makes plastic injection tooling for vehicle lighting, interior and exterior trim, has its headquarters and three adjacent plants in Oldcastle, Ont., as well as manufacturing facilities in Tennessee and Mexico.