Modular Systems Inc., makers of Mod-eez, transfers operations to Knapp USA

MOD-eez connectors.

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Modular Systems Inc, owned and operated by Jim Knapp, has transferred operations and ownership to Knapp USA Inc., owned and operated by Paul Knapp.In 

an e-mail letter to customers, Jim Knapp said that Knapp Connectors has been a trusted partner of Modular Systems for over 25 years, and with his plan to retire within 2023, the companies decided to merge the Mod-eez System with Knapp Connectors innovative drive as the specialist for hidden connecting systems for the woodworking industry.  

"Having served our industry for almost 40 years, Knapp is committed to providing our customers with the same level of care and attention that you have come to expect from us," said Paul Knapp. "We are confident that this transition will be beneficial for both our customers' and our company." 

While all business operations and order processing has already transitioned, Jim and Connor Knapp are still on the team for a period of time until the transition is fully completed. 

Customers can go online to to place a Mod-eez order and view Knapp variety of connecting systems. If you prefer to order via PO, please email [email protected]. For any sales or technical inquiries, email [email protected].

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