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Multi Machine Moves Into New Facility in Hampton, NJ

Wed May 31, 2006 - Northeast Edition

Multi Machine Inc. recently moved into a 17,000-sq.-ft. facility in Hampton, NJ, just off Route 78 at exit 12.

Multi Machine was founded 1982 as a machine shop by Bruce Druckenmiller. In 1988, the company expanded and moved its facility to Hillside, NJ. Then in 1994, the company expanded again, this time moving to Roselle, NJ, where it began selling construction equipment.

Today, in Hampton, NJ, at 221 Van Syckel Road the company stocks more than 200 machines, including lifts, skid steers, mini-excavators and Morooka track dump trucks, and also carries an inventory of replacement rubber tracks for approximately 2,000 different models of equipment.

Druckenmiller’s two sons assist in the family-owned and operated business. Eric Druckenmiller has been with the company for seven years while Ken Druckenmiller has been with the firm for three years.

For more information, call 888/888-1248.