Silicone Baby Spoon With Toy Head China Supplier
About Shenzhen LYA Silicone
Shenzhen LYA Silicone Rubber Products Co., Ltd. and LYA Industrial(HK) Co., Ltd. incorporated in 1995, located in No. 2 Building, Longhua Town, Baoan District. Our company covers an area of over 3000 square meters. We are a professional Chinese manufacturer of silicone rubber products, integrating designing, developing, manufacturing, selling & service.
We specialize in making silicone mother and baby care products,silicon household items, silicone industrial parts, medical silicone products, silicone auto industrial parts,silicone electronic parts and other customerized silicone products according to our clients` request.
With advanced automatic equipment and precise testing instruments, we have been continuously carrying out the management principle of “Sincerity, Innovation, Excellence, and Service” and holding tenet of “to be a first-class manufacturer for silicone rubber field “! We always implement strict quality control in our production according to ISO9001 quality standard.
LYA products export more than fifty countries, including USA, EUROPE, and FRENCH etc. Especially, we work for buyers to customize with your design and LOGO printed. We warmly welcome friends from all over the world to contact us and we will do our best to meet 100% customer satisfaction with our high quality products and services. Welcome OEM
Q: What is the advantage and characteristics of silicone ?
A: Silicone is an Eco-friendly and transparent new material with no smell. It is non-toxic and harmless to human and feels good. It has many superior characteristics like aging resistance, thermal stability (-40℃~250℃), thermally non-conductive and chemically inert, etc.
Special silicone material can meet UV & Gamma stable, conductivity, translucent, low surface energy and FDA Compliant-food contact.
Q: What is the cooperation process?
A: Send sample/ 2D or 3D drawing→ examining by engineers→ quotation→ open sample mold→ confirm mold→ open mass mold→ production→ packaging→ shipping.
Q: What is the status of your company?
A: Our company covers an area of over 3000 square meters. We have 100 experienced workers, 10 professional engineers and 11 machine equipment (10 for solid compression molding and 1 for liquid injection molding).
Q: How to select a good OEM supplier?
A: A good supplier should have full experience on OEM manufacturing and good ability of molding and sampling. It is also important that raw material is 100% natural and product is with strict quality control. Reasonable price and believable productivity should be taken into consideration as well.
We can meet all above.
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1-1/2″ (38mm) wide solid aluminum body is lightweight, durable and resists corrosion
Hardened steel shackle for superior cut resistance
Dual ball bearing locking for maximum protection from prying and hammering
5-pin cylinder for maximum pick resistance
Key retaining feature ensures padlock is not left unlocked
Best Used For:
Residential Gates & Fences
Sheds, Workshops & Garages
Tool Chests & Tool Boxes
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Master Lock Company
Headquarters Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.
Parent Fortune Brands Home & Security
Master Lock is an American company that develops padlocks, combination locks and related security products and produces them mostly overseas. Now an operating unit of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc., Master Lock Company LLC was formed in 1921 by locksmith-inventor Harry E. Soref, and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In 1970, the company was purchased by American Brands from Soref’s heirs. American Brands was later renamed to Fortune Brands, which then split on October 3, 2011 to create the Fortune Brands Home & Security company.
Before founding the company in 1921, Harry Soref had been a traveling locksmith in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, had invented a lock for protecting military equipment, and had founded the “Master Key” company for making master “skeleton” keys. In 1919, Soref then invented a padlock design that used laminated steel layers to economically produce an exceptionally strong lock body. He initially tried to get some large companies interested in using his design, but was unsuccessful, so he recruited financial backing from two friends, P. E. Yolles and Sam Stahl, and founded the Master Lock company in 1921 to produce the locks himself, initially with five employees. In 1924, he was granted the first patent on such a laminated lock design. He led the company to become a major manufacturer of locks before his death in 1957. However, the brand had not yet reached its peak status as an iconic, universally-familiar consumer brand at the time of his death. Sam Stahl, one of the original investors, then led the company until he also died in 1964. The Soref family then took over the company management, later selling the company to the American Brands Corporation in 1970.
In 1973, Master Lock ran a notable Super Bowl ad where one of their locks survived being shot by a sharpshooter, thereby proving its durability, thus the slogan “Tough Under Fire”. Master Lock would continue running similar ads during future Super Bowls, spending almost their entire annual marketing budget on the single commercial. Later, Master would incorporate the image into a one second long blipvert commercial in 1998.
At its peak in the early 1990s, the company employed about 1,300 workers in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. In 1993, the company began moving much of its manufacturing to China, and later also moved some manufacturing to Mexico. Most of the jobs at its Milwaukee plant were eliminated, although the company continued to perform some of its manufacturing at the plant using heavily-automated manufacturing processes.
In January 2011, it was announced that about 36 jobs were being returned from China to the Milwaukee plant, which would increase the number of positions at the plant to 379. Most of the added jobs were for making combination locks, subassemblies and keys It was reported that the company would also continue to contract with three Chinese factories and about twenty Chinese suppliers, and operate its maquiladora near the Arizona border, where Mexican workers perform non-automated labor-intensive work such as assembling made-in-Milwaukee components.
In February 2012, U.S. President Barack Obama visited the Master Lock headquarters in Milwaukee Wisconsin and lauded the company’s recent return of jobs from overseas locations. As of that time, it was reported that the company had returned about 100 jobs from overseas during the preceding two-year period.