In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on why it pays to outsource your plastic injection molding needs. There are several advantages to this approach over attempting to build your own in-house molding process, from cost savings to improved quality and more.

At EnviroTech Custom Injection Molders, we’re happy to offer the highest-quality outsourced custom injection molding services in the business. From planning phases and standard injection molding to processes like bulk molding, extrusion molding and many other engineering capabilities, we’re capable of handling any job and scale you require. What are some of the other reasons why outsourcing is generally the best bet for any business that has common injection molding or related product requirements? Here are some additional areas to keep in mind.

Core Competencies

When we talk about core competencies, we’re not referring to our own – we’re referring to yours. Businesses that smartly outsource their injection molding needs to experts like ours will allow themselves a full focus on the primary needs of the business: Areas like marketing, employee management and overall growth.

If you’re spending huge amounts of time on things like setting up injection molding facilities, sourcing materials and hiring the right experts to use this equipment, these core competencies tend to fade. Instead of risking any slippage in the main areas of your business, simply call our team for all your molding needs and rest easy while we handle the work for you.

Process Experience

As any experienced molding contractor will tell you, there’s a lot more to plastic injection molding than simply making the part and calling it a day. Not only are there detailed planning themes at play here, there are also numerous other areas to consider, including project management, quality assessment, packaging and even potential distribution.

Will an in-house injection molding setup cover all these bases with the requisite level of expertise to keep your products and services in good shape? It’s a risky bet, to say the least. On the flip side, our team is experienced with each and every one of these areas and already has all the required materials and processes on-hand to complete them.

Decreased Risk

Finally, those looking to set up their own in-house injection molding shop are taking some serious risks. There’s a major startup investment required here, both in terms of time and money. If you get even a small detail wrong here, you might end up with issues in areas like volume, efficiency or others – but these risks are transferred entirely to an outsourced manufacturer when you call them for the job.

For more on why outsourcing your plastic injection molding needs is the way to go, or to learn about any of our custom injection molding capabilities, speak to the staff at EnviroTech Custom Injection Molders today.