About Ferriot - A Full Service Contract Manufacturer

A Commitment to Quality since 1929

Ferriot Inc. is a full-service contract manufacturer, an injection molding company, and molder of engineered resins. Privately held since its founding in 1929, Ferriot currently has over 150 employees, including veteran engineers and skilled technicians of the manufacturing and molding industry.

CertificationISO 9001:2015

American Based

Location and Size of Facility: In 1999, Ferriot Inc. expanded to its current 200,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility at 1000 Arlington Circle in Akron, Ohio. For those interested in convenient on-site visits, this location is 20 minutes from the Akron-Canton Airport and centrally located in a high concentration of industries in the Midwest and East Coast.

Core Competencies

  • Specialized engineering assistance for developing complex thermoplastic materials
  • Mold making for large components
  • Painting and finishing
  • Injection structural foam molding
  • Gas-assist molding
  • Contract manufacturing
  • Short runs

Additional Ferriot Benefits

  • Assistance with material selection, tool selection and part design
  • Rapid prototyping for evaluation or field testing
  • Forecasts of resin prices and availability, allowing customers to set prices appropriately
  • Finite-element analysis with 3-D modeling to simulate part performance
  • Mold-flow analysis for avoiding potential manufacturing defects
  • Shipping and freight routing
  • A proven network of tool builders

Ferriot Advantages

  • High customer satisfaction, with minimal part rejection
  • Multiple custom molding services
  • Expertise in a wide range of molding disciplines, enabling customers to place multiple projects with one vendor
  • Ability to maintain and repair molding tools internally
  • 24-hour mold repair and maintenance, allowing production to stay on schedule
  • Pad printing to turn out finished parts with branding and other artwork
  • Capacity to insert mold subcomponents directly into products for high manufacturing efficiency
  • Full or partial assembly of mechanical and electro-mechanical components for maximum efficiency
  • EMI/RFI shielding to protect molded components
  • In-house testing of components or assemblies prior to delivery
  • Gas-assist technology to form complex parts into a unified component

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American Original Building Products

In 2008 Ferriot Inc. introduced a proprietary injection molding product, American Original Building Products. American Original Shake and Scallop Siding is made from single-course injection molded polypropylene, the latest in composite polymer technology, making it the longest lasting and most attractive siding offered on the market today. This exceptional durability is a result of innovative new process technology and the use of premium-grade materials and UV inhibitors. State of the art color quality management systems provide direct control in the manufacturing process for greater colorfastness and consistent box-to-box color control. The siding installation process is made easier than ever, with the convenience of single-course panels, Contin-U-Lock™ continuous lock system, and SignalSlots™ nail hems for fast, easy guidance. All resulting in a shake and scallop siding that’s stronger and more ding-resistant than extruded vinyl, and performs better in hurricane and storm conditions, staying secure at over 200 MPH.

American Original is a stylish choice for the whole house or as an architectural accent for any home exterior, including fiber cement, stone, brick and vinyl siding. The product is offered in four styles: Cedar Shake, Hand-Split Shake, Cape Cod Shake and Scallop (Half-Round). All profiles are available in 14 colors, making American Original the largest line of single-course panels on the market.

How can we help?

Ferriot’s experienced engineers are here to guide you through every critical step in your injection molding journey, from concept to completion.