Building on an American legacy

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Since 1956, we have made billions of American made parts for a diverse group of industries in our 125,000 square foot facility. With over 117 injection molding presses, we are one of the largest family-owned and operated injection molders in the United States.

Rodon has been on the forefront of American manufacturing, offers a Cheaper than China® pricing policy and has reshored billions of manufactured parts back to the United States. 

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We've learned that manufacturing in America can actually be more cost effective than manufacturing overseas. Our quality, cost-effective domestic manufacturing is available to companies looking to eliminate the risks of offshore sourcing.

We have participated in Manufacturing Day since its inception in 2011. By opening our doors every year, we hope to reinforce the importance of American manufacturing and show the variety of career opportunities available for future generations.

Supporting American made products

We are active members of the organization American Made Matters and the Made in America Movement, whose missions are to educate consumers about buying U.S.-made products to help strengthen the American Dream. We are a third generation family business located in Hatfield, PA and are proud to be a part of the local community supporting American manufacturing.

Our made in the USA efforts have been nationally recognized over the years. In November, 2012, we had the honor of welcoming President Obama to our facility. Read more about our focus on American manufacturing on our blog at info.rodongroup.com.

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