An Eye on the Future
This year Clarich Mold Corp. is celebrating
years of excellence in quality craftsmanship and customer service. Clarich was founded in
October of 1968 by the current owner's father, Clarence Buenger, and his partner Rich
Little, hence the company's name (a combination of Clarence and Rich). The company's first
facility was located in Lyons on 47th Street. In 1969, the company moved to Melrose Park.
Clarich moved again in 1972 to North Lake. After 6 years, in 1978, Clarich moved to its
present location in Westchester.
|The current president, John M. Buenger, has been
with the company since 1969. He took over as president after his father's passing in 1981.
Mike Province, the Vice President, is celebrating 30 years of service to the company this
year. He became Vice President and a partner in 1991. Liz Wilson, the office
manager, is celebrating 13 years with the company. Rich Saviano, the shop foreman, has been
a part of the company for 29 years and Tim Province, head of the CNC department, is
celebrating 13 years. We offer over 100 years of combined experience!
|An Eye on the Future
While never forgetting our roots, we
at Clarich Mold Corp. continually have an eye on the future. We strive to
provide our customers with the perfect mixture of old world craftsmanship
and modern technology. For example, since 1983 we have utilized CNC
computer work. Now, in the new Millennium, we use customer generated models transmitted over
cable (DSL) which we integrate into our design & manufacturing.
because of the shortage of skilled mold makers in our industry, Clarich
Mold has made an investment in the future by training apprentices while at
the same time providing for their college courses. Keeping our industry
alive is an undertaking of great importance which should be supported and
embraced . By granting Clarich your business, you too are helping to
sustain the tool and die industry.
- * Proudly produced in the USA *