WHAT DRIVES OUR SUCCESS is the passion of our people and a genuine love for the work we do. What takes our focus to the next level is our commitment to YOUR success.
L-D Tool & Die’s underlying credo is to offer extraordinary service to our clients: a philosophy that is unchanged from the day the company was founded, nearly thirty years ago. Going the extra distance, each and every time, has propelled our growth from a two-man company running a basic toolroom into a business that employs seventy-five long-term associates.
The evolution and growth of our company is part of a compelling story playing out on the global stage. It’s no secret that market forces and low-cost global competitors have stripped manufacturing jobs from Canada over the past few decades. To thrive, L-D Tool & Die has streamlined its local processes, and broadened its service offering by establishing strategic alliances with trusted overseas partners.
Under our direct, nonstop supervision, the cost of tooling remains competitive and achievable for our clients, while the delivery schedule on new moulds, far from being compromised, has improved. With zero sacrifice in quality.
Canada remains an ideal place to manufacture finished goods and assemblies. From our state-of-the-art forty-thousand square foot facility, strategically located in the nation’s capital, L-D Tool & Die draws on a highly-educated workforce, while benefitting from access to moderately priced North American plastic resins.
We are proud to offer our clients quick turnaround, stellar quality, and reasonable pricing through all phases of new product development and manufacturing. The barriers to excellence have been eliminated.
NO JOB IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL.
I’ve worked with L-D Tool & Die on and off for over twenty years, and always keep coming back for their great service, insight, and support. The knowledge and expertise of this firm add value to any product and project that they are involved in.
Simply put, Laurie Dickson and L-D are great resources/partners in developing and manufacturing products.
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