MODULAR ASSEMBLY INNOVATIONS
Award-winning, world-class automotive manufacturing solutions with renowned customer service and satisfaction.
EAST LIBERTY, OHIO
It all started at Great Lakes Assembly, LLC (GLA), a modular assembly and supply chain management company that launched as a joint venture with Honda-owned Midwest Express, Inc. GLA produces automobile center console modules, tire and wheel assemblies, power train accessory modules, chassis, and engine components.
Next came Gulf Shore Assemblies, LLC (GSA), a modular assembly and supply chain management company that launched as a joint venture with Honda-owned Midwest Express, Inc. GSA produces automobile tire and wheel assemblies and fuel cell components.
Then came Indiana Assemblies, LLC (IA), a modular assembly and supply chain management company that launched as a joint venture with Honda-owned Midwest Express, Inc. IA produces tire and wheel assemblies, alternative fuel cell components, and power steering hose components.
This culminated with Billy R. Vickers establishing Modular Assembly Innovations (MAI) as an Ohio LLC. MAI acquired 51% ownership of GLA, GSA, and IA in a joint venture with Honda-owned Midwest Express, Inc. (MEI). With Mr. Vickers’ leadership, along with a savvy team of professionals, the companies have grown to over $1 billion in revenue and employs 281 associates.
MAI Companies partners with CBI to secure permanent and temporary associates for all job and career opportunities. Creative Business Innovations is a permanent and temporary employment agency dedicated to providing all your staffing needs.
TIMMONSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Established in December 2003, North American Assemblies provides modular assembly, sequential parts delivery and supply chain management services to manufacturers throughout North America. MAI acquired NAA in 2019.
BILLY VICKERS, PRESIDENT & CEO
In business, Mr. Vickers began his career as plant superintendent for Ironton Castings in Ironton, Ohio. In this role, he was responsible for the day-to-day operation of manufacturing operations, quality, and new product launches, including a successful launch of the Ford I-Beam suspension program. In 2011, Mr. Vickers established Modular Assembly Innovations, LLC buying out TAG Holdings interest in GLA, GSA, and IA, becoming majority owner of the three JVs with MEI, a Honda-owned company.
MAIs team of professionals specialize in designing and implementing sub-assembly modules for all areas of your automotive manufacturing operation. Because of our successful business model, geography is never an issue. We are poised to establish facilities in the vicinity of our customer’s operations. Taking advantage of our expansion capabilities allows you to grow and increase capacity without increasing costs. Additionally, we’ll reduce the burden of your inventory overhead through our purchasing systems strategy and supply chain management. This partnership allows you to realign your resources for improved and timely business development goals.
- Increase capacity while keeping costs and personnel to a minimum.
- Solve complex assembly operations with state-of-the art solutions.
- Relieve the burden of inventory cost through just-in-time delivery.
- Keep facility footprint under control by avoiding costly expansion.
- Trim your budget increasing your gross profit margin.
- Improve quality through custom sub-assembly modules.
- Realign resources increasing time for new business development.
- Streamline manufacturing processes for best practices across the board.
Strong values are an integral part of MAI’s corporate culture.
Respect for the individual
Integrity is a personal commitment
The entrepreneurial spirit
Giving back to communities
Modular Assembly Innovations will be a world-class, customer-driven company providing unsurpassed quality through innovation and technology. MAI will exceed the expectations of customers, associates, and shareholders.
With focus on our highly valued and skilled associates, we deliver innovative and competitive solutions through quality products and services.