Eptech Corporation, Thermoplastic Injection Molding Provider Changes Name.

Future growth plans taking shape as the company begins operations under Injection Works banner.

Mount Laurel, NJ — Eptech Corporation, a leading thermoplastic injection molding solutions provider, today formally announced it has changed its name to Injection Works, Incorporated.

“While the name Eptech has served us well for a long time,” said Company President Chris Rapacki, “Our new name, Injection Works, more clearly states and emphasizes the focus that we have, and gives us a solid foundation for future growth. Since only the name is changing, our customers will continue to receive the same high quality service and commitment to excellence they’ve come to expect from us over the past 22 years”.

The original name, Eptech, was derived from a combination of “Eastern Pennsylvania” and “Technology” to represent the company’s location and concentration at that time. After acquiring another regional injection molder in 1998, the firm relocated from the Philadelphia suburbs to Southern New Jersey, and now focuses exclusively on serving clients who need injection molded components. Over time, the name Eptech came to less accurately reflect the company and the services it now provides to clients. The new name, Injection Works, helps to clarify the focus of the company and will enhance future marketing efforts.


About Injection Works –

Injection Works is a leading provider of custom injection molding services and related secondary value-adding operations in the Mid-Atlantic region and is rapidly expanding its reach internationally. From serving just one client in 1988, Injection Works now partners with over 40 national and international customers, including several Fortune 500 companies. Customers partnering with the ISO 9001:2008 registered company represent the medical, electrical, telecommunications, transportation, food and beverage, electronics, industrial and construction markets.

Injection Works’ 46,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey and houses 22 modern plastic injection molding machines, ranging from 22 to 720 tons of clamping force in traditional, white room and class 100,000 clean room environments.