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Intelligrated expands Dallas-based regional operation

Intelligrated, a leading North American-owned automated material handling solutions provider, has announced the relocation of its Dallas-based southwest regional operations to expanded facilities in Coppell, Texas.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
March 19, 2012

Intelligrated, a leading North American-owned automated material handling solutions provider, has announced the relocation of its Dallas-based southwest regional operations to expanded facilities in Coppell, Texas. The new facility marks a continuation of the company’s regional growth initiatives and follows several order wins.

“Intelligrated’s decision to expand its presence is a direct result of confidence in the Texas business climate and the need to develop a larger base to service local clients,” said Chuck Harris, vice president of Midwest/Southwest operations, distribution and fulfillment.

The new Intelligrated facility, located at 750 Canyon Drive, Suite 210, Coppell, Texas, provides increased accommodation for new hires along with an option for a further increase in square footage when required.

Intelligrated’s Coppell operation is part of the company’s regional network, which includes additional operations in Illinois, California, Georgia, Ohio, and New Jersey, as well as Ontario and Quebec, Canada, Mexico City, Mexico and Sao Paolo, Brazil.

Intelligrated breaks ground on headquarters expansion
The company is building a 108,000 square-foot building, which company officials said will be dedicated to its engineering, customer service, and R&D staffing, and testing facilities.

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