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Kemper Equipment Relocates HQ, Parts Warehouse to Spacious Facility in Pa.

Fri September 12, 2008 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Kemper Equipment recently moved its headquarters and parts warehouse to a 100,000-sq.-ft. facility in Honey Brook, Pa. The new three-story office and large warehouse building will satisfy customer demand for additional aggregate parts, improve customer service and allow for additional manufacturing space, according to the company.

Founded in 1981, Kemper Equipment is a second generation family business and serves the Mid-Atlantic as a full service aggregate equipment distributor. Kemper has expanded over the years to include plant design services, complete equipment erection and service, and aggregate parts. Kemper represents major aggregate manufacturers of stationary and portable crushing, screening and conveying equipment and offers its own custom line of dry and wet classification equipment and rap crushers.

In addition to its headquarters in Honey Brook, Pa., Kemper Equipment also has a 40,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility in Hazleton, Pa. and has expanded its fabrication) of custom components specifically for mines and quarries, such as conveyor systems (railcar loading and unloading, portable and stationary conveyors, overland conveyors) dump hoppers, screen towers, surge tunnels and more.

For more information, call 610/273-2066 or visit www.kemperequipment.com.




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