A new, freestanding 20,000-square-foot industrial building will be constructed adjacent to the existing service center to provide additional space for assembly operations and add four additional service bays. Concurrently, the company will update its paint operation with a new state-of-the-art paint line and additional paint booths.

“This plant expansion will give us the ability to more than double our capacity as demand for Roto-Mix products increases”, says CEO Rod Neier. “Our current plant, built in 1965, was designed for manufacturing feed mixers 12 to 14 feet in length. The new building will accommodate truck-mounted mixers with lengths of up to 48 feet.”

The prime contractor for the project is JAG Construction, Dodge City. The project will be done in phases to allow manufacturing to continue with minimal impact on customers and dealers during construction.  end mark


—From Roto-Mix news release