June 23, 2017

DMW&H opens expanded headquarters building

New Jersey facility supports demand for material handling equipment in retail, wine and spirits, and parcel markets, company says.

By DC Velocity Staff

Material handling solutions provider DMW&H has opened an expanded headquarters building in Fairfield, N.J., as the company continues to expand its services to meet market demand, the firm said Tuesday.

The new, 36,000-square foot facility offers an open workspace design with an abundance of meeting rooms and smart boards, allowing room for expansion, DMW&H President and CEO Joe Colletti said in a release.

Other features include informal meeting spots, a full-sized kitchen area, an outdoor patio and walking areas, and an employee game room. For technology, the building has 75-inch television sets throughout the building, 100/100 fiber line with new gigabit POE+ switches, and a Halon system in the server room.

DMW&H has moved from its previous facility in Carlstadt, N.J., where it had been located since the company was formed in 2015 through the merger of Dearborn Mid-West and W&H Systems. The combined company offers turnkey material handling solutions focused on the retail, wine and spirits, and parcel markets.

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