At TEQ | Fremont, we deliver innovative and sustainable design, engineering and manufacturing solutions to the medical and commercial markets for thermoformed packages and specialty products.
At the heart of our business is a team of talented experts driven by one passion—to exceed our customers’ expectations in everything we do. And, from our state-of-the-art technology, to our many years of experience, to the quality of the partners we work with, we have what it takes to deliver on this passion.
Time and again, we’ll go to great lengths to bring clients’ ideas to life—on time, on budget and with unequaled precision.
We will be a leader in the design, manufacture and supply of innovative healthcare, electronic and consumer packaging and products by providing superior value in products and services to our clients.
Exceed customer expectations in everything we do:
Total solution provider through strategic alliances.
TEQ | Fremont Plastics (formerly Fremont Plastics) was founded in 1980 by Indiana entrepreneur, Lyndon Tucker. At the heart of the company has always been an unrelenting passion for customer service and a steadfast dedication to continuous improvement, helping TEQ | Fremont Plastics to become the thermoforming supplier of choice for many medical device and packaging companies.
From packaging for medical procedure kits to medical device components and contract packaging, TEQ | Fremont Plastics has steadily grown along with its medical customers and firmly established itself as a trusted and qualified supplier to leaders in the medical industry.
The 40,000 sq. ft. facility housing two state of the art clean rooms that run six thermoforming lines is strategically located in the Midwest, and was recently acquired in October 2015 by TEQ. TEQ is a leader of quality manufacturing in the thermoforming industry, with significant experience in the medical and pharmaceutical markets. This puts TEQ | Fremont Plastics in a unique class when it comes to expertise in both the manufacture of medical products and engineering of medical packaging.