MW Industries, a leading provider of highly engineered springs, specialty fasteners, machined parts, and other precision components, announced today the acquisition of Tri-Star Industries, an industry-leading manufacturer of precision threaded inserts for plastics.
Located in Berlin, Connecticut, Tri-Star was established in 1991. The company manufactures a complete line of standard and custom-designed threaded inserts and compression limiters in brass, steel, aluminum and stainless steel for plastic applications. Tri-Star also produces high-volume screw machine products and CNC Swiss precision turned components. The company has machining capabilities to produce metal parts with complex designs, tight tolerances, unique features and high- quality surface finishes.
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