Koehl expands business with Maroa, IL location

Due to high customer demand and the desire to expand our service market, it is with great honor that Koehl Bros., Inc. announces the expansion of their business. Koehl Bros’ new office, serving central Illinois, will open In February in Maroa, Illinois. An open house is scheduled for April 2012, exact date to be communicated soon. This office, remote from Koehl’s home location in Fairbury, Illinois, will serve a greater customer base with parts and service needs. “Koehl Brothers is focused on customer service. We want to grow our business by walking alongside our customers, satisfying their needs and exploring their growth. This facility will allow us to serve a broader market with our hands on approach, ” states Jeff Fjelstul, Koehl Bros’ VP of Parts & Service. “We will have a full service staff at this location for service, sales and parts distribution.” Koehl Brothers, Inc. was founded in 1946 and has grown into the Midwest’s leading millwright firm for the commercial grain industry. Koehl’s design/build solutions, industry experience and dedication to value have built many strong relationships over the years, thus fueling the increased need for a full spectrum service team. Koehl Brothers offers complete design and layout engineering, tower dryer and Manlift service, elevator renovation, machinery upgrades, crane services, and full service millwright work including installation, repair and on-site fabrication. “We are very excited to be opening a new facility. This is a fantastic opportunity for us and great for customers that want the full array of services that Koehl Bros’ provides, ” states Jeff Kafer, President of Koehl Bros., Inc. For more information, call 815-692-2326.

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