Press Release

Mott Manufacturing Announces Plant Expansion of Steel Casework and Fume Hood Manufacturing Plant in Brantford, Ontario, Canada
May 5, 2010
Brantford, Ontario

Mott Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of laboratory furniture and fume hoods announced today that it is expanding its plant in Brantford, Ontario to accommodate growth in its steel casework and fume hood business.

"This marks another positive step forward in our strategy to deliver quality products that can be custom manufactured to better serve our customers around the world." said Edward Seegmiller, President & CEO of Mott Manufacturing. "Our business continues to grow due to the hard work and dedication our manufacturing team and dealer network. This expansion gives us the chance to not only increase production and products, but also create jobs in our community."

The expansion will help sustain the continued growth of Mott's products and will enable them to continue to fulfill their commitment to deliver quality steel casework and fume hoods around the world. Mott will have substantially enhanced their ability to meet their customers' growing needs as the general economy improves.

The 50,000 square foot expansion makes room for more production space, the installation of state-of-the-art machinery, additional new high-tech tooling and improved customizing capabilities all enables a significant increase in production capacity and improves the overall flow of our production processes. The project will expand Mott's seven year old Canadian facility to 160,000 square feet.

Construction beginning immediately is expected to be completed by October 2010. In anticipation of the expansion, Mott has already ramped up employment at the plant and has created approximately 45 new jobs.

ABOUT MOTT MANUFACTURING: Mott is an ISO 9001-2008 certified manufacturer of laboratory casework and fume hoods with factories in Brantford, Ontario and Lewisburg, WV. Markets served are university teaching & research, industrial, biotech, pharmaceutical, healthcare, government, and K-12.