We Make Die Cuts.
We Make Die Cuts.
Our guys pick up tons of die cuts every day. Literally, tons. Every day. By hand. You can imagine the paper cuts and calluses.
Nobody bats a thousand, but we don’t miss opportunities because we fail to put in the work. We work hard. We grind out the details. Our crew doesn’t work here because it’s easy work. We work here because we share the same beliefs.
We make die cuts. All day. Every day. That’s what we do.
In fact, we consider ourselves more a part of the air filter industry than we do the folding carton industry. We go to ASHRAE meetings. We’re members of NAFA. One of our owners is a CAFS. We have a booth at the INDA show. We even know what all of those acronyms mean. Get the picture?
We’re not a folding carton plant. We don’t run die cuts one day and donut boxes the next. We don’t make food trays, or blister cards, or POP displays, or labels. We don’t sell tape, or bubble wrap, or stretch film, or strapping. We make die cuts, and we’re pretty damn good at it.
Back in 1999, a father and son teamed up to start a small business in middle Tennessee. Their focus on Day 1 was the same as it is today – make die cuts for HVAC air filter manufacturers. With an old leaky building, some WWII-era equipment, a couple of anxious but loyal customers, and a handful of talented and dedicated employees, Fran and Richard Moscardelli began to scratch out their place in the market.
As the business has grown, we have moved into a new building, upgraded our equipment, partnered with a lot of great customers, added a team of talented people, and opened a second plant in Texas. Today, we serve air filter manufacturers coast to coast and internationally – from small, privately-held, regional companies to large, publicly-traded, global corporations.
Give us a call. We’d love for you to be a part of what comes next.
We believe that our customers deserve to get what they pay for – quality print, quality cut, quality scores, quality count, quality packaging. We also know that if we don’t give our customers what they want, then someone else will. Our customers have high standards. Ours are even higher. If we’re not exceeding our customers’ expectations, then we’re not doing our job.