Aloi Materials Handling is founded by John Aloi, specializing in warehousing and pallet racking.
Sketch of John Aloi, the founder of Aloi Materials Handling.
Aloi transitions ownership to John Skivington.
The Skivington and Aloi families after John Aloi transitions ownership of Aloi Materials Handling to John Skivington.
Automated Cells & Equipment is founded by Jim Morris in Corning, NY, integrating robotic automation systems for a wide variety of industries.
Jim Morris the founder of Automated Cells & Equipment Inc pictured in a newspaper clipping working with FANUC robots
Mainstream, Inc is founded by Jason Stump and a partner, providing conveyor system installation and maintenance services.
Robert Manion purchases Lambert Material Handling (formerly known as Lamson Corp), a palletizer manufacturing company that designed, built and installed the first mechanized palletizer in 1948.
Fellow RIT graduates, Robert Manion and Jeff Gambrill, purchase Aloi from Skivington.
Jeff Gambrill (right) and Bob Manion (left) after their purchase of Aloi Materials Handling looking at CAD drawings with engineer Rich Mikulec (center) over a CDLR conveyor and a FANUC robot in the background.
Manion and Gambrill combine Lambert Material Handling and Aloi into a single company.
Manion and Gambrill sell Lambert portion of the business to Illinois-based company, ARPAC, LLC.