Commercial Tool & Die
Commercial Tool and Die was founded in 1953 by Al Bouwman. Doug Bouwman took an active position with the company in 1979. Under Doug’s leadership, Commercial has experienced steady growth in both its size and its customer base. With a 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and the addition of the latest in CNC and Design technologies, customers can rest assured their tooling will receive the highest level of quality service available.
With our ongoing commitment to investment and growth, Commercial continues to balance the resources of advanced technology and it’s people to deliver quality tooling in record time.
We are a leading manufacturer of plastic injection and die cast molds and, through our sister companies, fixtures, special machinery and custom molding. We provide quality service to the automotive, appliance, hardware and toy producing industries. By providing responsive, 24-hour customer service, Commercial has established a reputation for quality tooling and on-time delivery. Commercial Tool & Die’s commitment to excellence is acknowledged by having been recognized for “Excellence in Mold Making” by Summit Polymers as their “Preferred Mold Maker” for four consecutive years, General Motors NA "Tool Shop Assessment Certificate of Approval", and back-to-back winner of Moldmaking Technology's "Leadtime Leader Award" for Large Shops in 2007 and 2008.
Specialized customer service is what makes Commercial successful. Combine this with an investment in its people, facilities and advanced technology and you can understand why Commercial is out-stepping the competition in the highly complex mold building industry.
Todd Finley, with his 25-plus years of injection molding experience, joined Commercial Tool in 2005 as Vice President of Operations and now serves as the company's President. His operations management and an eye for detail make him well suited for leading Commercial’s day-to-day operations. With a long term view approach Todd has been integral in developing Commercial Tool’s offshore resources while balancing the needs of our domestic industrial requirements.