PIN, Irving, TX — A designer and manufacturer of store fixtures, displays, hospitality and healthcare furnishings, PIN’s sales rose 36.6% last year, due in part to its ability to process product faster and more efficiently, says Jeff Pray, CEO.

PIN made significant investments in new technology. To help keep pace with the company’s growth, PIN installed two Holzma high-speed, high-production panel cutting systems with automated labeling and offcut retrieval programs.

There’s more, adds Pray. PIN also purchased: Homag edgebanders with automated feeding; a third Homag BAZ for additional contour edgebanding capacity; an additional Weeke BHC500 machining center with automated feeding and stacking; another Weeke BHT500 throughfeed machining center; more Ligmatech case clamps; a Wemhoner membrane pressing line; an automated conveyor for moving materials from production to warehouse; and wire guided narrow aisle material handling equipment for higher density warehouse storage.

It’s not done yet. PIN is adding an automated panel laminating line this year as it plans for more sales growth.

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