Modern Line Furniture opens NJ facility

Modern Line Furniture, one of the nation’s providers of indoor and outdoor furniture, opened the doors of its brand new production facility in New Jersey.

The new production facility has state-of-the-art equipment, and allows Modern Line Furniture to offer its roster of commercial and retail clients quality control, production efficiency, shipping options and “Made in USA” products at factory direct prices.

Modern Line Furniture’s move was also motivated by the company’s intention of bringing manufacturing jobs back to the US. It now hopes that its move to invest locally and hire sewing machine operators, manufacturing plant managers, quality control inspectors, upholstery technicians, carpenters and other skilled Americans will start a trend that sees even more companies follow its lead.

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Commercial and retail clients, including those who own night clubs, lounges, bars, hotels, restaurants, designers, special event companies and rental companies, can browse and purchase Modern Line Furniture’s line of contemporary modular and custom-made furniture by visiting the company’s website.

Clients may also visit Modern Line Furniture’s headquarters and design center, including a five-level showroom, which is located at 1296 Lawrence Street in Rahway, N.J.

Launched in 1999, Modern Line Furniture is a designer and manufacturer of indoor and outdoor modern, modular, contemporary and custom-made furniture at factory direct prices.

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