Modula, a global automated storage systems OEM, practices what it preaches, puts its money where its mouth is, and walks the talk.
The Modula U.S.A. plant in Lewiston, Maine, is the result of a $6 million investment in new equipment, a new focus on manufacturing automated vertical storage (AVS) units, and a renaming by Italian parent company System Logistics. Cost-competitive production resulting from integrated, automatic sheet metal fabricating equipment from Salvagnini was key in the company’s decision to locate in the United States
Automated vertical storage solutions company Modula has announced a six million dollar investment in manufacturing at the firm’s Lewiston, Maine facility. The factory will be equipped with the latest automated lines to punch, bend, weld and cut sheet metal for a variety of Modula storage products.
Italy's System Logistics's automated vertical storage solutions company Modula US has announced a $6 Million USD investment in manufacturing at the firm’s Lewiston, Maine facility. The factory will be equipped with the latest automated lines to punch, bend, weld and cut sheet metal for a variety of Modula storage products
Successful manufacturers go to great lengths to better serve their customers. Modula USA has gone nearly 4,000 miles—from Italy to Maine—to better serve its customers in North and South America. Modula, an Italy-based manufacturer of vertical lift modules and horizontal carousels, begins its manufacturing presence in the United States this month by opening a state-of-the-art refurbished plant in Lewiston, ME
Modula, an automated storage systems maker and a business unit of System Logistics, announced plans to shift development of its vertical lift module (VLM) line from a factory in Italy to its American headquarters in Lewiston, Maine.
Modula is in full expansion and its latest venture in North America is the opening of its state-of-the-art factory in Lewiston, Maine. From August 2015, Modula’s full line of products is proudly made in USA with global technology and components.
Modula announces opening of US factory
North American headquarters opened following a near doubling of revenues in two years
Modula, a part of Italian industrial conglomerate System Group, has announced the opening of its state-of-the-art factory in Lewiston, Maine.
From August 2015, Modula’s full line of products is made in the USA with global technology and components. Modula manufactures automated picking and storage solutions for factories and warehouses around the world. The company established its North American headquarters in Lewiston on a site covering more than 102,000 square feet of production and engineering space and housing a team of 50 people. In the last two years, Modula’s revenues have increased by 93\% from $30 million to $58 million worldwide, and total employment is at 250 people.
Modula, an Italian manufacturer of automated picking and storage solutions for factories and warehouses, recently established its North American headquarters by opening a new factory in Lewiston. The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday at the facility, which covers more than 102,000 square feet of production and engineering space and houses 50 people, according to the company. Modula said it expects the facility to provide better lead time for customers throughout the U.S. and Canada. It invested $6 million in new equipment at the Lewiston facility.
Italian material handling equipment company Modula opened the doors of its upgraded manufacturing facility in Lewiston, Maine, on Friday, launching a renewed effort to compete in the warehouse automation market.
The factory adds a U.S. production center for Modula's 50-foot-tall VLM after years of building them exclusively in Italian facilities. The new domestic production will give the company an advantage in meeting fast-growing U.S. demand for automated warehouse equipment, said Luigi Panzetti, CEO of System Group
U.S. Senator Angus King joined local and state officials in Lewiston recently to mark the opening of a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for Modula, a global manufacturer of automated vertical storage systems. The facility, which will serve as Modula’s North America headquarters, employs about 50 people and is the result of a $10 million investment by the company. In his remarks at the event, King emphasized that Modula is part of a positive manufacturing trend in Maine and around New England.
Modula, an Italian storage manufacturer, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 25 to celebrate its grand opening in Lewiston, Maine.
LEWISTON, Maine — Italian-based high-tech storage and retrieval system maker Modula has opened its new North American headquarters in Lewiston. The company is investing $6 million in the facility, which is creating 50 jobs.