Tri-Mation Industries Expands Its Mattawan, Michigan Headquarters

Tri-Mation Industries, a full-systems integrator that engineers, designs, and builds automated assembly solutions to expedite industrial product manufacturing, has announced that it has completed the expansion of the company’s Mattawan, Michigan headquarters.

MATTAWAN, MICHIGAN — Tri-Mation Industries, a full-systems integrator that engineers, designs, and builds automated assembly solutions to expedite industrial product manufacturing, has announced that it has completed the expansion of the company's Mattawan, Michigan headquarters.


"Our new addition gives us more space to execute larger projects our clients throughout the US and Mexico need to support and grow their businesses," said Blaine Borkowski, CEO of Tri-Mation Industries. "We are excited to have more space to test machine runoff and seclude sensitive projects to provide the security and privacy our clients require.

The expansion brings Tri-Mation's Mattawan headquarters up to 85,000 square feet, encompassing 80,000 square feet of production space and 5,000 square feet that house the company's engineering operations. The facility is home to 50 team members and machining operations. The company has earned an ISO 9004:2015 certification and a silver EcoVadis rating and is vertically integrated for the highest levels of quality control. Tri-Mation's manufacturing operations cover various automated assembly solutions, including flex cells with removable tool packs, single- and multi-station robotic machines, and multi-station, rotary, and asynchronous assembly machines. Other capabilities include leak and electrical testing, automatic pick-and-place, palletizing, screw and nut driving systems, and vibratory bowl-feeding and blow-feeding devices that deliver screws, pins, and rivets to fastening equipment.

About Tri-Mation Industries
Tri-Mation Industries Inc. was founded as a precision machining company in 1996. Since then, the company has transformed into a vertically aligned full-systems integrator. The company employs a 50+ member in-house team of problem-solving experts specializing in discrete manufacturing — automated assembly systems that allow manufacturers to produce parts or systems in any required volume or level of complexity. Tri-Mation's Michigan-based team of assembly automation specialists combines decades of custom-building expertise with the latest automation technology to help their customers in the automotive industry identify and overcome manufacturing challenges.
For more information, call Tri-Mation Industries at 269.668.4333 or visit www.Tri-mation.com.

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