As a professional drag car acer and metal fabricator, Moduline Cabinets President Paul Gill developed a line of
high-end aluminum cabinets, as a hobby,
to meet his needs as a professional racer.
Colleagues in the racing community
noticed and demand grew. Now the
Brockton, Massachusetts-based company’s products are sold not only to race
teams and auto enthusiasts around the
world but to homeowners, the military
and a host of multiple industries.
Gill started his precision sheet metal
fabrication - Gill Metal Fab Inc. – over
25 years ago.
“We did anything from wood stoves to
satellite components, we did a big array
of different products or parts,” Gill says.
“About 20 years ago when I started
racing, it’s true that I made some of my
own products for my trailers and stuff
like that. Then people liked them and
everything so, it was kind of a spin off,
and I just kept making more.”
One of the reasons he decided to start
making his own aluminum cabinets was
because he wasn’t satisfied with what he
saw on the market. Gill says he needed
a variety of different sizes and features
that were not available. He needed
cabinets that were not only lightweight
but also able to withstand the tough en-
vironment of racecar driving. Based on
his background in precision sheet metal
fabrication he started making cabinets to
fit those specifications.
It was approximately 17 years ago
when Gill says that Moduline Cabinets
was born to focus solely on the garage
cabinet side of business.
“Basically it’s like running two
businesses doing the OEM fabrication