Majors Plastics, Inc

About Majors Plastics, Inc

A legacy of excellence and innovation in injection molding, assembly, and secondary services

About Us

Majors Plastics Inc. was established in 1953. We are a 100% employee owned ESOP company. Majors Plastics specializes in injection molding and assembly and secondary services. We maintain personalized relationships with our customers from the initial design concept through the finished product, including engineering support throughout the mold design and manufacturing process.

We are fully committed to providing the high-quality, world-class, injection molded products and secondary services that you and your customers expect and demand. Majors Plastics is a world-class injection molding and assembly and secondary services resource, providing you with the high-quality parts and services, and the low cost that you and your customers can rely upon.

Our services include injection molding, True two shot molding, overmolding, Insert-molding, ISO class-7 cleanroom molding and packaging, lens molding and assembly. We also provide assembly and secondary services such as ultrasonic welding, heat-staking, manual assembly, pad printing, heat stamping, painting and custom packaging. Majors Plastics provides complete engineering and tool-room support from the development stages throughout the lifetime of your products.

Our Locations

Corporate Offices

Corporate Offices
Human Resources

Plant One

Assembly & Secondary Services

Plant Two

Assembly & Secondary Services

Plant Three

Injection Molding
Clean Room Molding
Mold Repair and Maintenance
Production Support Services
Receiving – Distribution


Distribution Center

Reynosa, Mexico


Majors Plastics History

1953 – Company founded by Ben Pfeiffer and Eli Dahir.

1968 – Moved company to its current Plant One location in Omaha, Nebraska.

1980 – Building expansion of warehouse and added shipping tools.

1984 – Acquires the Plant Two facility to support rigid computer disc preparatory operations.

1985 – Secured first medical products customer.

1985 – Continued product diversification into thermoset tableware products.

1991 – Began molding and manufacturing energy-related products.

1993 – Majors Plastics becomes an ESOP, although not 100% employee-owned at this time.

1995 – Added Class 10,000 cleanroom molding area.

1999 – Expanded manufacturing into an additional third facility.

2001 – Reorganized Plant Two and awarded a 3M contract.

2008 – Added new cleanroom with 11 molders.

2009 – Established partnership with MIRSA manufacturing in Mexico.

2010-2011 – Expanded manufacturing and additional 20,000 sq. ft.

2012 – Purchased additional molding machines (total 86).

2013 – Majors Plastics successfully completes the expansion of the ESOP, becoming 100% employee-owned.

2015 – Purchased additional molding machines (total over 100).

2015 – Began molding operations in Reynosa, Mexico.

2016– Added additional molding machines to the Reynosa Plant making a total of 15 machines and was awarded new business with 3M Manufacturing Command Products.

2017– Majors Plastics was recognized and honored by 3M as the recipient of the Supplier of the Year Award – among thousands in its global supply base — for world-class performance in providing products and/or services.

2018– BD and their associates worldwide, congratulated Majors Plastics as being the Supply Chain Excellence Supplier of the Year. The BD Supplier Recognition Program acknowledges exceptional suppliers for their achievements. Majors Plastics was one of the 21 shortlisted suppliers evaluated in detail for this award.

2019– Installed additional molding machines in Reynosa, Mexico making a total of 20 machines in this location, and added an additional 30,000 sq. feet of warehouse to this operation.

2020 – Majors Plastics was recognized and honored by 3M as the recipient of the Supplier of the Year Award – among thousands in its global supply base — for world-class performance in providing products and/or services.

Current – Over 300,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing in the Omaha facilities housing more than 120 molding machines, and more than 128,000 square feet in the Mexico facilities, housing 36 molding machines. Employing approximately 500 employees.