Gavco Plastics Expands Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Operations
The company will increase capacity in machinery and labor to grow an existing contract, which is expected to result in an increase of 10% in annual sales.
“Gavco Plastics would not have the opportunity to meet our customers’ ever-growing demands without the assistance and support from the OIEP program,” said Randy Gavlik, President & Owner, Gavco Plastics. “As a result of the program, Gavco Plastics has secured additional machinery and significantly increased our labor force to meet our customer’s needs.”
The company was among 123 projects awarded funding through the Oklahoma Innovation Expansion Program. Gavco was awarded $110,000, according to state officials.
“Gavco Plastics would not have the opportunity to meet our customers’ ever-growing demands without the assistance and support from the OIEP program,” said “I am very proud of the Oklahoma Innovation Expansion Program and how it supports Oklahoma companies,” said Brent Kisling, Executive Director, Oklahoma Department of Commerce. “With the funding, companies are diversifying their operations and growing, creating more jobs and investment in our state and offering an incredible ROI on the state’s investment.”
Founded in 1976, Gavco Plastics serves the customers with engineering assistance, customized product testing, and secondary operations including silk screen printing, pad printing, assembly, packaging and shipping. The company is ISO 9001-2008 Certified for manufacturing and AS9100 certified for work in the Aircraft/Aerospace industry. Recently, it earned ISO 13485 Medical Device Certification.
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