Intelligrated continues regional growth initiative with Midwest operation expansion

New facility to double previous capacity.

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Intelligrated, a leading North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, announces the relocation of its Midwest operations to expanded facilities in Woodridge, Ill. The new facility doubles the previous capacity and marks the second expansion in the company’s regional growth initiative, following the development in Coppell, Texas.

The new building, located at 9014 Heritage Parkway, Suite 308, Woodridge, Ill., supports the company’s growing customer base in the Midwest region, and provides increased accommodation for engineering, project management and sales personnel. Austin Power, Greg Gruber and Travis Flesch are all examples of the region’s recent new hires. They were selected for their significant industry experience and reputation, and are responsible for developing new and existing business throughout the Midwest region.

“Our recent expansions demonstrate Intelligrated’s continued growth and investment in regional operations,” said Chuck Harris, vice president of Midwest/Southwest operations, distribution and fulfillment. “The new facilities ensure that local customers receive the latest material handling solutions with the best customer service and support.”

Intelligrated’s Midwest operation is part of the company’s regional network, including offices in Texas, California, Georgia, Ohio and New Jersey, as well as Ontario and Quebec, Canada, Mexico City, Mexico and São Paulo, Brazil.

To contact Intelligrated’s Midwest regional operation, call (630) 985-4350 or fax (630) 985-4351.


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