|Founder||Joseph and Mary Johnson|
|Headquarters||Egg Harbor Township, USA|
Jomar has been making injection blowing machines since 1968. The company manufactures their machines for the pharmaceutical, health care, personal care, beauty, food, beverage and household product markets.
Jomar builds injection blow mold machines from 20 to 175 tons that can make bottles from 1ml up to 4 liters. The company‘s machines produce their high quality containers due to several unique factors such as ultra-fast indexing speed and accuracy, integral microprocessor control and Jomar‘s trademark vertical plastifier.
The original design philosophy of Jomar was to make machines that are simple to operate and built to last under production conditions and proper maintenance for decades. Some of the machines that Jomar has build are more than 40 years old and are still making bottles to this day.
One of the trademark programs of Jomar’s service is their valuable Turnkey system where machine and tooling are sold together as a package. Jomar handles the integration of tools into their machines saving cost and time of their customers. This turnkey service includes project validation, tool design, tool manufacturing, testing, quality control and commissioning in the customers‘ facility. Additionally Jomar offers training in their own classrooms as well as on-site education.
Products / Technology
- Injection Blow Molding Machines
- Refurbished Machines
- Vertical Plastifier
- Tooling & Turnkey
- 1968 - founded Joseph and Mary Johnson
- 1978 – Jomar was acquired by Inductotherm Industries of Rancocas
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