Montel fête 85 années d'existences
Montel, a pioneer of high-density mobile storage shelving system solutions for office, institutional and industrial applications, is pleased to announce that 2009 marks the 85th anniversary of the company. From its foundation in 1924 as an industrial power component supplier, to the development of a leading manufacturer of versatile storage products, Montel has a heritage of design innovation and customer-centered solutions.
“I am honored to celebrate this anniversary,” said Michel Doucet, President and CEO of Montel. “As we celebrate our 85th anniversary, I want to thank our many customers, dealers and suppliers who have helped make Montel successful over the long term”. “Most importantly, the dedication and creativity of our people, who embrace our corporate culture.”
Prior to becoming in North America a leading manufacturer of high-density mobile shelving storage systems, Montel acquired nearly 40 years' experience in the electrical industry, including extensive involvement in the construction of generating stations and power grids for major world leading hydroelectricity plants.
From the manufacturing of bicycle stands to electrical flip-flop toasters in the 1930's, from its first involvement in cantilever library shelving applications in 1955 to the acquisition of the assets of Art Metal Inc. of New Jersey in 1986, Montel became fully devoted to high-density mobile storage systems.
As Montel now manufactures all of its mobile and stationary shelving units, filing systems, industrial mobile carriages, art racks, moveable pull-out storage panels, accessories and cabinets for multimedia storage, museum storage and much more, Montel’s offer is total.
Manufacturer of products for corporate, institutional, library, museum, public safety, government, healthcare, military, industrial and retail applications, Montel’s achievements include some of the most prestigious projects in North America and around the world.
First company in the mobile shelving industry to attain registration to the new ISO: 9001 2008 standard, Montel is among one of the first companies in North America to be certified ISO 9001 2008. Member of the Canada Green Building Council, Montel recognizes the importance of manufacturing upscale products that meet and exceed environmental standards while focusing on green-building initiatives that contribute to a more sustainable workspace environment.
As a company dedicated to design and innovation since its inception, many of our products have won awards at industry trade shows such as NeoCon in Chicago and IIDEX/NeoCon Canada in Toronto. Wanting to provide customers and the architecture and design community the complete Montel storage experience, in San Francisco Montel recently opened a state-of-the-art showroom displaying the company’s experience and capabilities while helping its customers make informed decisions about today’s modern workspace environment storage and filing challenges.
Today the family-owned company operates in five geographic sectors: North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. With its worldwide distributor network of independent and company-owned businesses, Montel offers products and services in over 50 countries.
Established in 1924, Montel Inc. is the pioneer of high-density mobile shelving storage system solutions in North America. Manufacturer of products for office, institutional and industrial applications, Montel’s achievements include some of the most prestigious projects in North America and around the world. Family-owned and privately held, the company serves clients through a network of Authorized Distributors throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. To learn more about Montel and/or for a no-obligation space storage analysis, contact us at 877-935-0236 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fondée en 1924, Montel est une entreprise spécialisée dans la conception et la fabrication de systèmes de rangement à haute densité destinés à une multitude de marchés, incluant les bibliothèques et les musées, mais également l’entreposage industriel, le commerce de détail, l’éducation, la santé, la sécurité publique, le sport et la culture verticale intérieure à haute densité.