The AWM companies, together with Teuscher – a manufacturer of high-precision components – and the German moldmaker Foboha, form the Injection Molding Division of the Adval Tech Group.
AWM is involved in the entire value-added chain of plastics injection molding: from product design through mold development and manufacturing to the production of individual components in large volumes.
AWM is a world leader in the development and manufacturing of molds for the production of optical discs (OD) and CD packages.
Developing and producing multi-component parts in which different plastics with different properties (e.g. hardness) are combined is an AWM specialty. Special CD packages are also produced in very large volumes in four-shift operations 360 days a year.
AWM is ISO 9001-2000 certified.
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