Modula Participates in MECA Exhibit, 'Made in LA'
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Modula Participates in MECA Exhibit, "Made in LA"
Modula, Inc. is proud to announce its participation in the upcoming interactive exhibition of the thriving, yet often unseen creative makers in Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, "Made in LA".
Organized by The Maine College of Art and curated by Nikki Rayburn, the exhibit will be on display from Friday, July 1st to Sunday, July 31st at the Fitzpatrick Gallery at the Maine College of Art in Portland.
With 102,000 sq.ft of production and engineering space, Modula, one of the leading automated storage company produces everyday sophisticated and innovative vertical storage solutions. Modula’s products are the perfect example of groundbreaking technology combined with functional design
As a local company that exemplifies the diverse range of manufacturing and craftsmanship that is thriving in these two cities, Modula has been invited to take part in the show alongside some other local companies that are deeply rooted in the LA manufacturing industry.
The company will showcase the "Modula Lift in Art," a metal sculpture made in the Lewiston factory. The sculpture is constructed with the same materials that are used for the production of Modula products. "Modula Lift in Art" symbolizes innovation that is inspired by simple materials, crafted and shaped by advanced precision tools programmed by technology experts and manned by skilled workers. Modula will also display small Lift prototypes and other items that illustrate the philosophy of the vertical storage company.
"We are proud to have been selected as representative of the manufacture and artisanal craftsmanship fueling our community," says Miguel Fabra, CEO of Modula " We strongly believe that our high-tech machinery combined with the skills and experience of our local team are the main source of our innovative products and solutions" he adds. "We built on the past, to pave the present and create the products that meet the challenges of the future" he concludes.
For more information about the "Made in LA" exhibition visit MECA's event page.