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Six Tool-and-Die Companies Join Forces to Form Impact Converting & Systems Solutions

Auxo Investment Partners has announced that six American tool-and-die manufacturers will now operate under one brand: Impact Converting & Systems Solutions.

Posted: June 21, 2021

Created from six tool-and-die companies, Impact has facilities in California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and North Carolina to serve its diversified customer base.

Impact‘s vision is to provide customers with a holistic solution for their tool-and die-needs,” says Jack Kolodny, founder of Auxo Partners, which specializes in growing founder and family-owned companies that offer niche manufacturing, distribution, and business services.

Impact (Rochester Hills, MI) represents the combined expertise of six U.S.-based companies:

  • Atlas Die LLC (steel rule dies)
  • AtlasFlex (flexible rotary and flatbed die innovations)
  • Bernal LLC (wide web rotary dies and modules with advanced product and automation equipment)
  • Die Craft LLC (solid steel narrow web rotary dies)
  • GC Dies (steel rule die manufacturer for flat corrugated, rotary corrugated, and flat steel rule die production)
  • Midway Rotary (solid steel narrow web rotary dies for complex applications)

“We brought the industry’s leading converting solution companies together to create the most comprehensive service offering available anywhere,” says Jerry Mosingo, CEO of Impact. “We can supply our customers with dies that make anything from a label to a complex product that has to run 1,300-1,400 revolutions per minute to a flat die that has to create hundreds if not thousands of parts per minute with fine detail and extravagant materials.”

Customers benefit from Impact’s one-stop shop, which offers large national integrators and local converters quick turnaround and innovative, custom solutions. Customers have the convenience of one point of contact; convenient, centralized online ordering; and one invoice when working with Impact.

The company’s tech team is a excellent resource for customers and has deep expertise across all aspects of converting. The team’s focus is on making the customer’s process better, cheaper, and faster. “They can assist with increasing line speeds, improving changeovers and maintenance outcomes, and resolving production issues,” says Mosingo. Impact also offers tooling repairs.

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