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Posted on: October 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Modu System Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at New Location

Modu System Ribbon cutting from L to R Alicia DeMartine, Roberts District Supervisor John McGlennon, John Douglas, Eve DeMartine, Dan DeMartine, and Ben Horn.

James City County is pleased to announce that Modu System has celebrated a ribbon cutting at their new location in the James River Commerce Center. Modu System began as a small start-up in the County’s Business Incubator and has experienced significant growth over the past several years. The company now occupies 12,000 square feet of manufacturing space, with designated production, office and packing areas, at 1715 Endeavor Drive. Modu System designs and builds modular conveyor systems for many industrial applications. They have also expanded their conveyor brand into restaurants, events, displays, and trade show conveyors. “Modu System is another example of strength of the manufacturing sector in James City County,” said Russell Seymour, JCC Economic Development Director. “We are very proud of their continued growth and success.”     

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