Industrial Magnetics Announces 36,000-Sq-Ft Addition to Manufacturing Facility

The addition more than doubles IMI's existing manufacturing space

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Industrial Magnetics Inc. (IMI) announces a 36,000-sq-ft addition to the manufacturing facility in Boyne City, MI.

The large addition, which more than doubles the existing manufacturing space, strategically supports the steady business growth from existing and new products, the growth of key channel partners, and the recent acquisition of Walker Magnetics.

“The new space will house a variety of work cells designed for efficient changeover to meet the wide array of products we manufacture,” said Casey House, IMI’s director of operations. “Additionally, it will house 70 tons in crane capacity for large-scale projects, several additional pieces of capital equipment, and integrated loading bays to expedite our shipment processes.”

Construction of the addition began last Fall, with a targeted opening date of July 1, 2021. Once the additional space is complete, IMI’s total manufacturing space in Boyne City will exceed 70,000 sq ft.

"We’re very pleased to announce the expansion of our facility," said Craig Scachitti, IMI’s general manager. "We’ve taken great care to design a construction plan that ensures as little workflow interruption as possible. We are confident that we’ll maintain our current pace of business through the project and be well-positioned for continued growth. Much of this additional space is earmarked for manufacturing Walker brand products. We are looking forward to continuing to improve on our best-in-class customer service when the project is complete.”

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