Moduline Cabinets, based in Brockton, Massachusetts, has three product lines of
high-end aluminum cabinets for residential and commercial garages.
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stuff for other companies and then
making cabinets,” he says. “When it
started, the cabinets were only 5% of the
business. The OEM manufacturing was
95 percent but now to-date the cabinet
business is 95%.”
Gill says the company uses its ex-
pertise in fabrication to manufacture
components for NASA and make sat-
ellite parts, nuclear parts, as well as the
custom garage cabinets.
“That’s why we’re able to do all kinds
of customs installs. We service a such
wide array of industries besides garages,
Racing professionals, who were key
to the company’s initial garage business
success, now only represent a small
portion of the company’s current sales
mix. Mainly it’s residential garages, auto
enthusiasts – basically high-end, luxury
homes, he says.
Moduline has three cabinet lines.
The primary one is not just custom it’s
a modular combination with standard
modules and from there customers have
different ideas and things they want to
do, Gill notes. “They might want to put
a safe in the cabinet or they might want
to mount a TV in between the cabinets.”
The company also has an R&D pro-
gram where it constantly develops new
ideas and tests them to see if they are
viable to bring to market.
Gill says that since Moduline’s cabinets have a modern and contemporary
look, some customers have opted to have
them installed in their kitchens. However, Gill says they don’t advertise their
kitchen work because it’s not really the
market they are aiming for.
One of the company’s most unique
projects was for the military. The company fabricated cabinets for 400 mobile
command centers that were shipped to
Iraq during the work.
For more on Moduline, visit modulin-ecabinets.com.