Redline Equipment broke ground yesterday to mark the start of construction of a new sales and service facility in Logansport, Indiana. The new building will house more than 45,000 square feet of climate-controlled space, including an in-store Equipment Expo, a two-story parts warehouse, 12 service bays with two 5-ton underhung cranes, a 50x50 standalone wash bay, and premium space to host customer and training events. It is on track for completion in Spring 2024.
Redline President and CEO Mike Pitts was joined at the event by board chairman Glen Newcomer and Logansport mayor Chris Martin, as well as representatives from the Cass County Redevelopment Commission and a number of Redline employees.
“We’re here today because of the hard work and dedication of our world class employees who help ‘Redline Country’ continue to grow,” said Pitts. “When it’s complete, this facility will allow us to continue to offer farmers and other agribusiness customers the top shelf products and service they’ve come to expect from Redline.”
Redline Equipment worked with the Cass County Redevelopment Commission to acquire the land. In the coming years, the company intends to use the newly designed facility as a model for improvements at its other locations across the Midwest.Source : Farm Equipment