Ironwood Plastics turns 40


August 23, 2019

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

During the company's 40th anniversary tour on Thursday, Nathan Magdziak, the warehouse supervisor for Ironwood Plastics, shows the material handling room of the plant, which underwent a $1.6 million upgrade in May, to improve moisture and temperature control of plastic pellets that are routed to several mold injection machines around the facility 24 hours a day.

IRONWOOD - Ironwood Plastics, an injection molding company in the industrial park, celebrated 40 years of business with an open house on Thursday.

Ironwood Plastics opened in 1979 and underwent a major expansion in 1995, and has grown to become one of the largest employers in the area with 147 full time workers, said Theresa Turula, human resources manager.

The celebration was a chance for the community to visit the facility at a time when hiring is a challenge in all job sectors, Turula said. But more importantly, the families of the workers can come in and see what their loved ones do a...

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