Don Dumoulin is the President of the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA). He was the chief Executive Officer with significant medical device, consumer products and life science experience has a track record of building successful organizations and brands within world-class organizations such as Procter and Gamble, Roche, The Blackstone Group and with smaller entrepreneurial enterprises. Exceptional leader with passion for organizational innovation, growth and continuous improvement.
Hi-tech equipment. Making a difference. Career growth. Teamwork. All of these phrases describe what could be YOUR career in mold building. Whether you’re a high school senior, attending college or coming from a previous career, mold building can provide access to a variety of opportunities in an environment where the challenges are different every day.
Molding is a manufacturing process that shapes liquid or other raw materials using a rigid frame called a mold or matrix. Typical uses for molded items include everything from aviation and aerospace components to household goods and structural materials. A manufacturer who makes molds is called a mold builder.
The American Mold Builders Association serves its membership by focusing on five core areas of impact: workforce development, strategic networking, benchmarking, cost-reduction and advocacy. Below, AMBA members describe the importance of these issues to their company and the impact of AMBA’s initiatives on their bottom line.