Toolmaker M2M closes Wallaceburg plant
Moldmaker M2M International Inc. has closed its Wallaceburg, Ont. facility. The company, which employed approximate...
Moldmaker M2M International Inc. has closed its Wallaceburg, Ont. facility. The company, which employed approximately 80 workers, “terminated” employees over a week ago.
The company was founded in 1979, specializing in plastic injection molds, die cast dies and trim dies for the automotive and consumer product sectors.
Company representatives could not be reached to comment on the closure. However, workers at the plant expressed the sadness over the shuttering of the Wallaceburg facility.
“The plant manager let me turn the lights off,” said one employee who had been with the company for 27 years in an interview with The Chatham Daily News. “It was pretty emotional for the plant owner [Richard Myers] and me.”