History/ Timeline


1984: Tom Kaczperski opens the doors of Omega Plastics to start his pursuit of building quick-turn prototype molds that make production quality parts

1989: Built expanded into "plant 2"

1995: Consolidated all plants into a 70,000 sq. ft. facility. With a desire to build a comfortable work environment, Tom Kaczperski formed teams to make the plant both efficient and comfortable for the team. The result was a highly functional layout.

1998: Opened Omega UK in New Castle, England

2001: Sold Omega UK to joint venture partners

2001: Jeff Kaczperski becomes president of Omega as Tom Kaczperski retires.

2004: Omega shifts strategy to include more production tooling and molding

2005: RJG certified tryout shop

2006: Omega starts investment plan to expand molding capacity and increase value-added services

2006: Began transition to electric presses

2006: Investment in additional decoupled molding training

2006: Omega targets the medical industry as it primary growth market

2007: Earns TS16949 Certification

2007: Started implementation decoupled molding

2008: Addition of a 3,500 sq. ft. Cleanroom

2009: Earns ISO13485 Certification

2010: Automated tool manufacturing cell introduced

2010: Medical industry becomes Omegas largest market

2010: Omega becomes ITAR registered

2013: Omega wins "Community Involvement" award

2013: Expands machining capabilities to include 5-axis machining

2014: Expanded Quality Management System to become cGMP compliant

2014: Omega wins "Sales Diversity" award

2015: Expansion of tooling capabilities to include 5-axis hi-speed horizontal CNC machining

2015: Addition of 1100T molding capability