Local Firm Creating 10 New Positions

(WINDSOR, ON) – Ontario is helping Omega Tool Corp invest in new equipment and software to create 10 new jobs and retain 188 existing positions in Windsor-Essex. The company is a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of plastics tooling and offers solutions for complex tooling challenges for many OEMs, Tier 1, and Tier 2 customers worldwide.

“Omega Tool Corp has become a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of plastics tooling,” said Dave Cecchin, President of Omega Tool Corp and Omega Tool Canada De  Mexico. “We are pleased to partner with the Government of Ontario to grow our manufacturing capacity and meet the increasing global demand for our products.”

With support from the South-western Ontario Development Fund, Omega Tool Corp will invest in new equipment, tooling, and plastic part validation software to increase production, reduce costs, and improve its global competitiveness.

“Our government is proud to support Omega Tool Corp through the South-western Ontario Development Fund,” said Windsor-West MPP Teresa Piruzza. “By providing targeted government support, we are helping this innovative company expand its manufacturing capacity, grow its business, and serve customers around the world. This will create jobs and grow the economy right here in our region.”

Modelled on the proven Eastern Ontario Development Fund, the South-western Ontario Development Fund is helping to create jobs and diversify the economy by encouraging regional businesses to pursue innovation and new markets. Together these two funds have created and retained more than 22,000 jobs and strengthened local economies.

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