Karen and Mike Stolzman founded IPCC in 1982 out of their basement. From the onset, IPCC’s mission has been to develop high quality injection molded products for a wide array of industries. IPCC’s ability to understand and develop solutions for our customers has been the key to our sustained growth within the industry.
As demand for IPCC’s plastic products grew, so did our manufacturing capabilities. Plastic injection molding requires significant investment into large tonnage molding machines, mold and crane infrastructure, and engineering expertise. These investments placed IPCC in a unique position to manufacture products for multiple industries. Over the last 30 years, IPCC has developed new product lines for the pallet, retail tote, food & beverage, and garbage can industries.
Today, IPCC is still 100% family owned and operated. IPCC has grown to operate out of 500,000 square feet of manufacturing space, which includes a full-time plastic recycling operation. IPCC is one of the largest injection molding operations in North America and has co-manufacturing capability to produce products throughout the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
Over the last four decades, IPCC’s family and dedicated employees continue the mission to service our customers with the highest quality products and service.