LS Mtron takes aim at U.S. market

Jan. 29, 2024
Here's a photographic tour as the company looks to grow sales, possibly begin assembly operations.

With four locations in the U.S. currently, injection molding machine (IMM) maker LS Mtron has big plans to expand its footprint beyond its manufacturing hub in South Korea. While it owns just 5 percent of the North American IMM market now, the company is looking to double its share in coming years, under the guidance of Peter Gardner, president of LS IMM USA, and Paul Caprio, president of sales for the company.

Take a look at the company's facilities in the U.S. and South Korea, and read the accompanying story here. 

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