As we commemorate our 30th Anniversary this year in Injection Molding, Injection Mold Making and Product Design, we look back at what it took to bring us to this point in time.

It all started with the three Toth brothers, Tim, Tom and Steve Jr.  who teamed up with their father Steve Sr.  and opened the doors in 1982 with a down payment on one mold.  That is how Toth Mold/Die Inc. got into the Plastic Injection Molding Industry.

In 1986, our father Steve Sr. passed away and we were left with a huge void and the responsibility of taking on the tasks of our father which was an immense undertaking.  We survived it.  Our customer base and business grew so we expanded and moved to our current Bedford, Ohio location in 1990.

In 1991, we lost our brother Steve Jr. to a tragic accident.  That left a large void in operations at Toth Mold/Die Inc.  With the help of key business associates and our dedicated foreman who has been with us for 30 years, this allowed Toth Mold/Die Inc. to work through this difficult transition period.   Our longstanding employees also stepped up to the plate and pitched in where needed.

Toth Mold/Die Inc. plans on keeping the Injection Molding and Mold Making business on an upward trend.  We are thankful for all our longstanding customers who have made this all possible and appreciate the confidence that is continually placed in our hands.

We believe the main reason for Toth Mold’s longevity in the Plastics Industry is due to our expertise and dedication to our customer base.  We believe in this day and age, quality and delivery are the most important selling points when choosing a manufacturer.  At Toth, we do what needs to be done to meet deliveries with the highest quality and doing it without cutting corners.  Our customer base proves this.  We have longstanding customers that have been with us since day one and continually gain new customers from referrals.

Tom and I ran across a saying years ago that holds true with us. “When seeking a career you should look for something that you feel is more like a “vacation” not a vocation.”  We enjoy what we do and have worked hard to get to where we are today.  We will always remember what it took to get here and are grateful to our family, customers, employees, and business associates who have helped us along the way.

Best Regards, Tim Toth