Raleigh Vacuum Thermoforming Products Supplier
Raleigh is known as the “City of Oaks” for its many oak trees. U.S. Census Bureau, the city’s 2010 population was 403,892, over an area of 142.8 square miles (370 km2), making Raleigh currently the 43rd largest city in the United States. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the country.
Raleigh’s industrial base includes banking/financial services; electrical, medical, electronic and telecommunications equipment; clothing and apparel; food processing; paper products; and pharmaceuticals. Raleigh is part of North Carolina’s Research Triangle, one of the country’s largest and most successful research parks and a major center in the United States for high-tech and biotech research, as well as advanced textile development. The city is a major retail shipping point for eastern North Carolina and a wholesale distributing point for the grocery industry.
Heavy Gauge Thermoforming. For over 37 years Maryland Thermoform has been a leader in thermoforming, plastic packaging, Plastic Thermoforming Process, thermoform components, blister packaging, clamshell packaging, blister packaging, pharmaceutical blister packaging, thermoform plastic, industrial custom packaging, including tri-fold clam shells, blister packs, plastic trays and automotive aftermarket products, plastic products, and components to a diversity of industries. Our core capabilities are in thermoforming with vertical integration from concept to production.
Specializes in helping businesses of all sizes with thermoforming and vacuum forming, medical device enclosures, plastic radomes, thermoformed plastic enclosures, unmanned systems components, to boost their visibility, attract new customers and increase their revenue. Tammy and her team create profitable packaging strategies for our clients
Call 410 947 5063 for a free quote.
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