On the morning of March 26th, Salt Lake City injection molded custom C&M Manufacturing company was destroyed by a big fire.
A spokesman for the Salt Lake City Fire Department said that the dispatcher received an alarm call at 3:32 a.m. local time and that more than two dozen firefighters responded to the incident. No one was present at the time and no one was injured.
Audra Sorensen stated that about half of C&M’s site was severely damaged. As of noon on March 26, firefighters were still on the scene and tried to find out the cause of the fire.
According to its official website, C&M's business has been operating for more than 25 years, and its early business was mainly to produce racing accessories.
C&M specializes in small and medium-sized parts made from ABS and its hybrid materials, polypropylene, polystyrene, nylon, and engineering resins. The company has 10 injection molding machines with clamping forces ranging from 60 tons to 310 tons. The company also engages in CNC machining.