Since 1971, Norwalt Design Inc. has been the preferred resource for automation machinery. Our willingness to address often difficult automation problems with innovative custom solutions is not lost on our long-time customers who include a "who's who" of plastic injection molders and packagers of food, pharmaceutical, personal care products, and household products.
Norwalt enjoys the stability and dedication of a closely held family-owned company, which means that all of our customers and vendors are treated with personal care, as if they are part of our extended family.
Tell us about your new concept and the after-molding processes you would like to have automated. Well take the time to get to know you and your product. We may even make some minor product change recommendations for you to consider early in your design process so you can save money in the automated machinery design.
Norwalt Design Inc.
Since 1971, Norwalt Design Inc. has been a preferred resource for the design and build of high-speed automation machinery for the consumer goods and pharmaceutical industries. The company’s willingness to address often difficult automation problems with innovative custom solutions and push equipment speeds to ever-higher levels has resulted in a roster of long-time customers who are leading plastic injection molders and packagers of food, pharmaceutical, personal care products, and household products. With its US office in Randolph and an Asian sales and service center in Taiwan, Norwalt’s customers include Fortune 500 companies in the US and abroad. Norwalt machines are installed in more than 18 countries and plans call for expansion to additional markets.
Norwalt enjoys the stability and dedication of a family-owned company, characteristics which are similarly extended to its family of customers and vendors.
25th Annual New Jersey Family Business of the Year Awards 2017
This year was the most competitive yet for the New Jersey Family Business of the Year Awards luncheon, which is celebrating its 25th year, according to the judges.
Al Titone, New Jersey district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration, speaks at the event.
Honorees were selected in two categories: over $10 million and under $10 million in annual sales.
Under $10 million:
- Bellia Enterprise;
- Beneduce Vineyards;
- Boyle Hotels Management Group;
- Chatham Moving and Storage;
- Intac Actuarial Service Inc.;
- Jarmel Kizel Architects & Engineers;
- Key Properties;
- McRae Capital Management Inc.
Over $10 million:
- The Andersen Cos.;
- Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly;
- Calandra Enterprises;
- Garden State Tile Distributors Inc.;
- Huntington Learning Center;
- Norwalt Design Inc.;
- Russell Reid;
- Wellshire Farms Inc.