Mid Country Machinery Celebrates New Sioux City Facility

The new 15,000 sq. ft. facility in Sioux City, Iowa, is a full service location offering both sales and rental.

Fri May 23, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Russ Ruhde, Mid Country Machinery parts manager.
Russ Ruhde, Mid Country Machinery parts manager.
Russ Ruhde, Mid Country Machinery parts manager. Doug Miller, Mid Country Machinery store manager. Keith Kjar, Mid Country Machinery, service manager. Mid Country Machinery recently purchased one of Kobelco’s limited edition SK350LC crawler excavators wrapped in a patriotic/military design. The money went to a Wounded Warrior fundraiser organized by Kobelco.

In addition to its Fort Dodge and Waterloo, Iowa, facilities, Mid Country Machinery has added another facility in Sioux City, Iowa.

The new 15,000 sq. ft. facility in Sioux City, Iowa, is a full service location offering both sales and rental. Mid Country Machinery currently has three field service technicians along with inhouse mechanics. The facility is set up with overhead cranes that have the ability to service anything from paving equipment, large excavators and loaders, to aerial equipment.

Founded in 1997, Mid Country Machinery is a privately-owned equipment dealer where the owners manage the day-to-day business and have developed business relationships based on competency, integrity, and prompt service, according to the company. With a wide variety of equipment, attachments, parts, and service, Mid Country Machinery is a one-stop equipment dealer.




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