November 21, 2017 11:36 AM ET


Company Overview of C&J Industries, Inc.

Company Overview

C&J Industries, Inc. operates as a contract manufacturing and plastic injection molding company. It provides design and tooling services, including product design and development, tooling, and thermoplastic materials; and contract manufacturing services, including pad printing, sonic welding, heat staking, laser-etching, and semi-automatic and fully automatic assembly. The company serves medical, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, industrial, consumer products, transportation, and business machine markets. C&J Industries, Inc. was formerly known as Meadville Precision Tool and Mold. The company was founded in 1962 and is based in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

760 Water Street

Meadville, PA 16335

United States

Founded in 1962





Key Executives for C&J Industries, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Controller, Secretary, Treasurer and Director
Vice President of Operations
Vice President and Director
Director of Marketing & Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

C&J Industries, Inc. Key Developments

C&J Industries Announces Executive Changes

On September 30, 2016, during an off-site management meeting, C&J Industries’ long-standing President and CEO, Dennis Frampton announced his retirement. Mr. Frampton’s decision had been planned for several months and was timed to coincide with the end of the company’s fiscal year. Mr. Frampton also announced that Rob Marut is C&J Industries’ new President and CEO effective immediately. Rob Marut has been with C&J Industries for 8 years and has served several positions, most recently as the VP of Finance. Mr. Frampton further announced two new board members. Jerry Sargent has been promoted to Vice President (formerly Operations Manager) and Candy Harvey has been added to the Board as Secretary Treasurer. Candy is currently C&J Industries’ Controller.

C&J Industries Adds New Capacity and New Technology

C&J Industries announced the purchase of three, all-electric Sumitomo presses to provide increased capacity in the small and medium tonnage range. The company purchased two, 250-Ton presses with 22 oz. barrels, along with one, 50-Ton press with a 1.3 oz. barrel. C&J also announced the purchase of a Stratasys performance series Fortus 380 mc, 3D additive manufacturing machine. C&J Industries expects the new addition will bolster its product design and development services.

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