The first phase of the project will add 400,000+ sq.-ft. of manufacturing space, with up to 600,000 sq.-ft. of building space in future phases. - Photo: Maxon

The first phase of the project will add 400,000+ sq.-ft. of manufacturing space, with up to 600,000 sq.-ft. of building space in future phases.

Photo: Maxon

Maxon Lift Corp. is building its second manufacturing plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The first phase of the project will add 400,000+ sq.-ft. of manufacturing space, with up to 600,000 sq.-ft. of building space in future phases. This additional capacity will give Maxon the capability to build over 100% of the liftgates needed in the North American market, with more capacity available in future phases to fill industry demand for the next 20-30 years.

Maxon is pleased with the progress of the construction project. Despite the worldwide supply chain issues that also impact construction projects, the plant is on target to be fully operational in 2022. Additionally, Maxon has already hired a core team that will be responsible for the start up of the new site.

“We have already been heavily investing in state-of-the-art manufacturing technology in our current plant,” said Maxine Lugash Stratton, also a member of the Office of the President, “This new plant will take that commitment to the next level. We will be installing the latest in automation and manufacturing technology to make this plant a world class operation.”

“The location of this plant will lower transit times to our customers by up to a week. Add in the fact we are more than doubling capacity with this plant, we expect lead times to become a thing of the past in the liftgate industry," said Brent Stratton, the third member of the Office of the President.

Upon completion, Maxon will have over 800,000 total sq.-ft. of liftgate manufacturing space spread across the two plants.

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