Acrofab was established in early 1966 by Simon Koning and Robert Dykstra to serve as a source for vacuum-formed parts for industries in Western Michigan. The company began manufacturing in a two-stall garage in Zeeland with one full-time person and one vacuum forming press. Over the years, additional formers, robotic trimmers, CNC equipment and additional rotary thermoformers were added.

Today, Robert Klaassen continues to lead the company in keeping with Acrofab's Mission statement, "Mutual Benefit from Mutual Commitment to Thermoforming Excellence". We continue to target industries where commitment to quality parts is a priority.

Acrofab has carved a niche in the thermoforming industry by developing assembly as an additional service for our customers. Plastic parts which are Acrofab-produced are assembled to each other or to purchased components. Many of the resulting parts are purchase-complete when they leave our shipping dock.

Acrofab's overall commitment to continuous improvement is reflected in our increased technology, employee suggestions, continuous improvement projects, and on-going procedural, policy, and organizational reviews.