Fecon Inc. Breaks Ground on Addition to Facility in Ohio

Wed September 10, 2008 - National Edition
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Fecon Inc., manufacturer and international supplier of Bull Hog mulchers, FTX track carriers, grapples, tree shears and stump grinding attachments for vegetation management has broken ground on a new 54,000-sq.-ft. addition. The addition will complement Fecon’s 56,000-sq.-ft. facility in Lebanon, Ohio, which was built in 2004.

In addition to providing more room for research, development and manufacturing, the new building also will offer expanded rotor balancing capabilities and a covered bay for machine washing and improved space for product support and engineering.

Skylights and photo cell lighting have been included in the new building. Photo cell lights will come on only as needed, provide more light and use less than half the electricity of traditional lights.

For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com.

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