Intersystems plans to expand manufacturing space

by World Grain Staff
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OMAHA, NEBRASKA, U.S. — Intersystems announced on Sept. 5 plans to add 35,000-square-feet of manufacturing space to the company’s Omaha, Nebraska, U.S., facility, a decision necessary in order to meet growing demand for the company’s products.
Intersystems designs and manufactures material handling, sampling and weighing equipment used in grain, feed and processing facilities worldwide. Intersystems has experienced tremendous growth in recent years as a result of outward dedication to customer’s needs. Tom Schroeder, Intersystems’ President and Chief Operating Officer, said that Intersystems “will continue to make the appropriate investments to ensure our products’ availability and on-time delivery.”
Intersystems moved from multiple buildings throughout the Omaha area into a brand new facility at the current location in early 2009. A 60,000-square-foot expansion announcement followed in the fall of 2011. That addition was completed earlier this year with construction remaining on additional office space. These new expansion plans will contribute to a total 235,000-square-foot facility. The increased capacity will primarily be used for production of bulk weighers and conveyors, both significant products that contribute to Intersystems’ complete material handling line.
Construction on the latest expansion is set to be completed by spring of 2013.