GS Industries of Bassett, Ltd. is an injection molder producing products to our customers specification for the appliance, furniture, home-décor, construction, textile, carpet and other industries and two proprietary plastic injection molded product lines, Textube, and Underground Products. Established in 1966, in Bassett, Virginia as Dominion Ornamental to service the local furniture industry, it was purchased in 1971 by Libbey-Owens-Ford and operated as a subsidiary for 27 years. During that time the company continued to thrive as a prominent injection molder as it adapted to various corporate changes and ended up as a subsidiary of Aeroquip Corporation in 1989. In 1996, private shareholders purchased the injection molding company. In March 2006, the company purchased Textube and added production of plastic injection molded textile carriers to its line of products. In February 2009, Tahoma Enterprises, Inc. acquired the company. To learn more about our parent company please visit www.tahomaenterprises.com.
GS Industries of Bassett, Ltd. is an injection molder producing products to our customers specification for the appliance, furniture, home-décor, construction, textile, carpet and other industries as well as producing two proprietary plastic injection molded product lines, Textube and Underground Products. We offer consistent and reliable service through a pro-active partnership by anticipating and meeting current and future needs of our customer.
Located in Bassett, Virginia, and Industrial area of Henry County; we are conveniently located 6.5 miles from U.S. Route 220, (US 220) a north-south U.S. Route in the eastern United States. The highway extends for 680 miles from Rockingham, North Carolina to Waverly, New York. We are also conveniently located 20 miles from US 58W. US 58 is well on it’s way to becoming “Super 58”, a four lane divided highway connecting the entire southern corridor of Virginia from Virginia Beach west to Big Stone Gap. From these two highways we connect to four Major Highways – I40, I81, I85 and I77 and to the Port of Virginia in Norfolk and the Port of Charleston in South Carolina.