Providing the Midwest with
Injection Molding Services

Since 1974, Guttenberg Industries has provided high-precision custom plastic injection molding and related
services to customers throughout the Midwest and the world. Located in Northeastern Iowa, we combine a
dedicated workforce with automation and technology to achieve the quality and value that our customers
in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin demand.

ISO 9001:2015       TS 16949 Compliant       PPAP & APQP for ALL parts

Midwest Strong for 45+ Years!

While meeting demands throughout the world, 80% of our business is generated by customers located in the Midwest. 

Parts from Small to Large

We have 37 plastic injection molding presses, from 55 to about 1,000 tons, to manufacture parts smaller than an inch to a variety of parts larger than 575 square inches.

Utilizing High Tech Solutions

We utilize robotics from simple sprue pickers to full-servo 6-axis robots. We also custom design, program, and build automation for high efficiency production.


Serving Midwest Customers and Manufactures

The strength of Guttenberg Industries resides in the people providing the expertise to produce the quality products and maintain the personal relationships with our customers. Founded in 1974, we remain a second-generation family operated business.

Located in rural northeastern Iowa, we have a career-minded work force. Over 75% of our supervisors and managers started with us at an entry-level position.

This combination allows us to utilize our experienced knowledge-base and also be creative and innovative to meet increasingly complex customer demands.

We operate three shifts on a 24-hours, 5-days a week schedule.

We provide extensive value-added services.

This allows for a faster production-to-finish-to-delivery schedule to reduce transportation costs between vendors. These advanced services include assembly, ultrasonic and spin welding, thermal and ultrasonic insertion, over-molding, custom plating, hot-stamping and pad-printing, as well as in-mold labeling (IML).