IVP boasts 118,000 square feet of modern facilities, designed to maintain industry-leading quality and delivery standards while adopting lean manufacturing methods. We seek continuous improvements and follow Six Sigma processes to promote the highest levels of productivity while cutting down on material and inventory waste, which increases our work efficiencies. These benefits are passed down to our clients in the form of higher quality materials and work processes as our thermoplastic components and assemblies are delivered on time based on your schedule.
Our convenient locations near large manufacturers also provide unparalleled levels of continued service. With a corporate location in Washington, Illinois and a second location in St. Louis, Missouri, we're meeting the needs of businesses in a range of market segments, including the agricultural and automotive industries.
Our manufacturing processes feature the latest, state-of-the-art equipment and innovations to make products that constantly meet industry standards while we keep our production costs low. We use standardized presses, robotic applications, and gas-assist technologies with on-site nitrogen generation. In addition, our injection-molding presses include all-electric machines, providing the most accurate and repeatable functions for processing dependability.
24-Hour Tool Room
Our clients, some of the world’s leading OEMs, work around the clock to create products for their customers. And we’re there to support them. Our two facilities are staffed around the clock to support our molding operations as well as meet the delivery deadlines for our clients. IVP's dedicated tool room features state-of-the-art CAM software, four CNC mills, one CNC lathe and three ram EDM machines, as well as standard grinders, lathes, and mills.
Engineering & Design Tools
You have an idea for a component or finished product - we help you transform those ideas into practical and functional manufacturing-ready solutions. Our facilities have the latest plastic designs, tools, technologies, and techniques:
- Creo & SolidWorks®CAD systems
- Creo Mechanica®
- Moldflow®& part simulation
- Mold, fixture and gage designs
- Draft and shutoff checks
- Product cost & feasibility studies