1987 PTI founded in Bloomfield, N.J., by the late great Mel Goldenberg, Princeton alumnus in Organic Chemistry. Vision was to provide high-quality, cutting-edge precision injection molding services to aerospace, medical and defense industries.

1989 PTI relocates to a 40,000 sq. ft. facility in Clifton, N.J.

1999 PTI pushes forward with Metal Injection Molding (MIM), partnering with Allied Signal / Honeywell in developing MIM feedstocks for large components.

2000 PTI acquires MIM technology from Honeywell.

2002 PTI is awarded a $5 million research grant from the NIST Advanced Technology Program to expand commercial development of MIM technology. PTI designs and manufactures the largest MIM component to date: an Inconel 718 aerospace airflow regulating body.

2003 PTI purchases and moves to its current headquarters, a sprawling 150,000 sq. ft. facility in Clifton, N.J.

2008 Mel’s son, Neal Goldenberg, takes over as president and continues to lead PTI with the same commitment to quality, innovation, and service.

2009 PTI acquires advanced ceramic (CIM) technology from Quest Technology, pushing the limits of injection molding and sintering.

2012 PTI brings mold manufacturing and advanced post operations in-house after acquiring PolMold Tooling, Inc., while also earning ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C aerospace quality certifications.

Today PTI supports some of the world’s most innovative “technology first” companies and institutions across mission-critical applications, from surgical instruments to fighter aircraft components. PTI’s family-run, personalized small business approach to quality, innovation, and service continues to earn awards and recognition from government and industry.

Please refer to the Corporate section of our website for more information on PTI awards, certifications, clients, and partners.