Momentum Manufacturing Group Powers Response and Readiness For Reopening of the Manufacturing Economy
Momentum Manufacturing Group, one of the top ten largest specialty manufacturers in North America, continues investment and alignment to advance its end to end metal and contract manufacturing capabilities.
Georgetown, MA – May 20, 2020 – Momentum Manufacturing Group, one of the top ten largest specialty manufacturers in North America, continues investment and alignment to advance its end to end metal and contract manufacturing capabilities. The global COVID 19 pandemic disrupted supply chains across the world. Momentum Manufacturing Group is continuing to invest in aligning its infrastructure, positioning the company to proactively respond as the manufacturing sector returns. Throughout the pandemic, the new alignment has enabled the company to partner closely with essential service providers in health sciences, logistics and e-commerce sectors to support critical services and consumers.
“We are proud our teams are empowering customers addressing essential services like medical scanning and testing devices, and material handling systems. ” said Jim Moroney, CEO of Momentum Manufacturing Group. "The realignment of our company has helped us sustain economic setbacks in some industry sectors we serve and has enabled agility to respond to rapid increases in demand in others.”
As the US economy reopens in the coming weeks, many companies are re-evaluating their global supply chains. Manufacturers seeking to thrive and survive will be looking for scalable and cost-effective solutions. For the past six years, Momentum Manufacturing Group has been making moves to strengthen its end-to-end metal manufacturing solution. During the COVID pandemic, the company is seeing how this creates value for its customers. Companies like Neurologic, who make portable CT scanners used in detecting the Coronavirus and the nation's largest e-commerce providers, have needed rapid support. The ability to respond has demonstrated how its new structure has ramped up its contract manufacturing capabilities to support anticipated growth in demand.
“We are listening closely to our customers," Moroney continued. “to ensure we are ready to respond as the economy reopens and our customers seek to recover and re-establish their capacity.”