VOORHEES, NJ —Comar, a manufacturer of healthcare plastic packaging, devices, and components, recently announced that it is building a new factory in Vineland, NJ.

The 159,000-square-foot Vineland facility, to be completed by March 2021, will serve as a production facility for injection molding, assembly, and finishing machinery and have capacity for future growth. It will be ISO 13486-certified for medical devices, cGMP-compliant, and FDA-registered.

Comar said the new plant will provide numerous benefits to both customers and employees, including:

- Increased space for the company’s injection molding, assembly, and finishing operations,

- More storage and warehouse space,

- A better facility layout with more dedicated product cells,

- Improved cGMP environment and quality lab, and

- Improved design that will lead to better efficiency, safety, and employee experience.

In February, Comar announced it is building a 230,000-square-foot facility in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, where the company will consolidate current employees, equipment, and operations from its existing plant there. The new Rancho Cucamonga plant will be dedicated to injection molding operations. Construction began earlier this spring, and the company expects to complete move-in and production startup by the end of 2020.

And in late January of this year, Comar closed on the acquisition of iMARK Molding, a custom contract manufacturer serving the medical device, diagnostic, and pharmaceutical customers.