ERIE, PA – Beaumont Technologies, an engineering company that provides services and technologies to the plastics injection molding industry, recently expanded into a 40,000 square foot facility in Erie County. The growing high-tech company has no plans of slowing their pace.
“Our steady growth has resulted in our fourth expansion in our eighteen-year history, growing from a one-room incubator at Penn State Erie’s plastics lab to our current 40,000 square foot headquarters,” said John Beaumont, President. “We have cultivated an industry-leading team of engineers, lab technicians, and other skilled workers, in addition to our highly educated and experienced American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute instructors. We have come a long way from the two-person operation we were in 1998.”
Beaumont provides innovative technologies, engineering solutions, and training to companies worldwide. “If a company is involved in the design, development, or manufacture of injection molded plastic products, we can be their partner. We can help them,” added John. “Whether a company needs assistance solving complex issues or needs high-level training to improve the effectiveness of their technical personnel, we want to be their first call.”
Beaumont’s new facility on West Ridge Road also houses the American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute, a highly specialized educational and training institution dedicated to providing high-level education and training to industry professionals. Also founded by John Beaumont, the AIM Institute’s offerings include courses and programs taught by some of the most recognized professionals and educators in the industry.
Beaumont and the AIM Institute will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at a later date.