Tuesday, January 22, 2019

New Modular Factory to Open in Former Arcon Factory

Modular Steel Systems a manufacturer of wood and steel framed modular buildings is pleased to announce that they have successfully completed negotiations for the lease of the former building # 2 of the Arcon Homes property on Airport Road in Selinsgrove, PA.

“Our steel framed business has grown substantially over the past several months as builders realize that this light weight, durable framing method can be executed in a factory environment, providing quicker completion times, higher quality and a controlled price. This increase in sales has made it possible for us to expand our current manufacturing capabilities out of our Bloomsburg facility and bring this new operation on line to build our steel framed business. “stated Victor DePhillips, Chief Operating Officer of Modular Steel Systems.

The Bloomsburg, PA facility will continue to build wood framed Single and Multi-Family products to satisfy it current backlog while the Selinsgrove facility will start with two major inner-city projects under contract for steel framed Multi Family.

A Local press announcement will follow with details for a job fair to be held in Mid February that will make job opportunities available in all phases of the operation.

“We are looking for assemblers, foremen, purchasing , engineering and management employees that want to grow with this new venture. We are optimistic that we will find the people we are looking for considering the quality of the workforce that has and continues to exist in the area” Stated Jonathan Davidson, President of Modular Steel Systems Inc. “And we look forward to becoming a member of the Selinsgrove manufacturing base.

In the interim any interested prospective employees can call 570-520-4062 and ask for Ed Heinz, General Manager MSS, Bloomsburg PA.    

1 comment:

William aka "Little Bill" said...

I am happy to see an old modular factory re-open and continue to build modular. Way to often the factories get stripped and turned into a warehouse or even a marijuana growing facility. Good luck to Modular Steel and congratulations to the modular industry for getting another factory re-open.