Welcome to MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions              Engineered Plastics Company

At Engineered Plastics Company our specialty is Close Tolerance Engineered Functional Plastics.  We work with our customers to optimize components to reduce cost, reduce weight and maximize customer value.

Engineered Plastics Company was founded in 2012 by merging two successful and complementary plastic injection molding businesses; Engineered Plastics Corp. in Menomonee Falls, WI and MacLean-Fogg's Polymer Technologies in Whitewater, WI.

At Engineered Plastics Company, we have extensive experience in practical plastics design, tooling, processing, and engineered materials, as well as several leading predictive analysis tools available for extreme accuracy, often paramount for our customer’s most challenging requirements.

Contact us today to discuss how we can add value to your business.

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Latest News

5/21/2013 10:18:00 AM
Innovation at EPC with Automotive Hood Levelers
When one of our key customers recently requested involvement for an under-hood beautification initiative, Engineered Plastics Company (EPC) was asked to...
11/20/2012 9:13:00 AM
EPC Division presented Quality Leadership Award from JCI
Johnson Controls, a global diversified company in the building and automotive industries, honored the Engineered Plastics Company Division of MacLean-Fogg...
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions Announces the Formation of the New Engineered Plastics Company
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions Announces the Formation of the New Engineered Plastics Company - a merger of its Whitewater, WI based Polymer Technologies...


Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Kettering University Wins the MacLean-Fogg Cup

MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions congratulates Kettering University for winning the internal combustion division of the 2014 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge held March 3-8 at Michigan Tech University's Keweenaw Research Center. This collegiate design competition challenges teams to reengineer an existing snowmobile to improve environmental performance. Modified snowmobiles then compete in a variety of events including emissions, noise, fuel economy/endurance, and more. » Continue Reading