Titus acquires Precision Plastics
January 12, 2022 | 2:38 pm CST

Titus acquired a plastics company in Columbia City, Ind.

The Titus Group, a high-volume supplier of cabinet hardware, has acquired Precision Plastics in Columbia City, Ind.

Precision Plastics brings more than 60 years of manufacturing experience. The combination will enhance Titus’ capabilities by providing added capacity to meet their current customers’ needs. 

“We have looked at opportunities to onshore more of our manufacturing in the United States for quite some time,” said Matthew Hurley, Titus Group North America CEO. “We look forward to welcoming Precision Plastics’ team and supporting them with investment in current and new programs. The introduction of Titus Group’s proprietary zinc metal and automation capabilities will now enable us to develop a wider range of customer-specific solutions locally.” 

In 2021, the Titus Group provided more than three billion connectors, and functional hardware components to the worldwide furniture, kitchen, and appliance industries. Titus is a leader in OEM supply of damping engineering. 

Titus Group Chairman, Robert Appleby said that Titus is no stranger to US manufacturing. “In the 1980’s Titus established itself on the West Coast as a connector manufacturer for the RTA furniture industry.

The addition of Precision Plastic’s experienced plastic engineering team to the Titus Group’s current US logistics center and customer support staff, which have been established in the Midwest for many years enables us to introduce new products from new processes and enhance our delivery capabilities to all our North American customers.” 

To discuss how Titus operations can improve competitiveness for a business, schedule an appointment with Titus experts at KBIS 2022 through www.titusplus.com or send an email at info@titusplus.com.

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