Second US manufacturing plant for Madem-Moorecraft
Madem-Moorecraft has held the opening ceremony for its new facility in Denton, Texas, USA, where employees welcomed customers, suppliers and shareholders.
Also in attendance were city officials including Mayor Gerard Hudspeth; Cole Frazier, from the local chamber of commerce; Joe Holland, Denton County district judge; Brian Beck, Denton City Council; and Jeff Coulter, representing Michael Burgess, with the US Congress.
The completed first phase of the new Denton plant increases Madem-Moorecraft's total production capacity by 50 per cent (150 truck loads of kits/month). The completion of phase two in 2024 will provide an additional 50 per cent capacity increase. The total investment will exceed $14mn, and more than 100 jobs will be created.
We are very happy with the growth of our production in the United States and we appreciate the partnership with our customers, said Gino Francesco Mazzoccato, president of Madem Group.
We will continue to strive towards excellence in our products and services.
Marcos Conde Ramalho, president of Madem-Moorecraft Reels USA, added,
Our most advanced industrial engineering project has just started materialising in Denton, Texas. This manufacturing system is made up with innovative machinery, and brings pride to the Madem-Moorecraft team and Madem Group worldwide. It all has been designed to deliver unparalleled wooden and plywood reel experience to the North American cable industry.
The Madem Group manufactures wooden and plywood reels, supplying more than 200 cable industries in over 45 countries, including 42 cable manufacturing plants in the USA. The group has manufacturing and distribution facilities in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Spain and Bahrain.