Seizmic, Inc. doubles size of office and manufacturing capabilitiesWednesday, August 10, 2016
Seizmic, Inc., material handler, engineer and custom manufacturer for some of the largest companies in the world, announced that it has doubled its office and manufacturing space in Los Angeles, positioning it for significant growth in the material handling industry. In its new facility, it conducts analysis of more than 160 engineered projects per month with an average of more than 50 permit acquisitions in various regions of the U.S.
Comprised of five sectors, Seizmic offers its engineering design and consultation services, as well as permitting, testing services, custom material handling fabrication and installation services. After more than 30 years of steady and consistent growth, the company is now focusing on support its founder and CEO and in growing the business. This will allow Seizmic to continue to innovate within an industry that continually requires an increase in safety and efficiency, which is at the heart of Seizmic’s history.
“Seizmic has always evolved based on how the industry was adjusting to increases in technology, the growth of retail sales and the need for larger and safer material handling systems,” said Sal Fateen, CEO of Seizmic. “As I continue as the visionary at Seizmic, I am excited to see the growth and focus of the company continue to shadow the needs of the industry. This is a very exciting time to be a part of this company.”
In addition to traditional sales channels of working with distributors, manufacturers and integrators, Seizmic also has a very successful channel that goes direct to the end-user. Some of the retail companies that work directly or indirectly with Seizmic include Amazon; Ashley Furniture; AutoZone; Bed, Bath & Beyond; Best Buy; Coca-Cola; Dollar Tree; Ikea; Kohl’s; Lowes; Michael Kors; O’Reilly Auto Parts; Petco; Petsmart, Ross Stores; Southern Wine & Spirits; UPS and U-Line, just to name a few.
“Seizmic has been a leader in this industry for more than 30 years because of the company’s commitment to safety, leadership and innovation,” said Jeff Woroniecki, president of Seizmic, Inc. “As Sal and I look towards the next thirty years, we will continue to lead the charge in providing products and services that build strong customer relationships and assists the industry in shaping the future of material handling.”