By 1986, injection molds became the primary import/export commodity and partnerships were developed in Portugal and Taiwan. By 1991, TransNav moved to a new facility in Clinton Township, Michigan, where the first U.S. based tool and die manufacturing operations began. In subsequent years, the tool and die operations of TransNav Inc. grew and expanded into injection molding and assembly divisions for two other entities: TransNav Technologies Inc in New Baltimore, Michigan and TransNav Mexico in Puebla, Mexico. The entire TransNav Group of companies is still owned and operated by the Vreeken family.
Today, the company has over 50 injection molding machines worldwide, and the tool and die operations of TransNav Inc. continues to drive business throughout the organization. The global position of the organization has lead to both customers and suppliers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.