Universal Engineering Authorizes Korte Bros. to Sell Products in IN

Sat December 31, 2005 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Universal Engineering and Korte Bros. Inc. has entered into a formal agreement in which Korte Bros. Inc. is now authorized to sell Universal Engineering’s product line of equipment and parts for aggregates, mining and recycling industries in Indiana.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Korte Bros. Inc.,” said Universal Engingeering CEO Daniel Ferguson. “By aligning Korte Bros. Inc.’s extensive distribution network and solid reputation with Universal Engineering’s industry-leading machines, we’ve formed a truly win-win partnership. Korte Bros. will now be able to provide its customers with the machines that truly are the choice of the industry and Universal Engineering will expand into new markets.”

Universal Engineering Corp. designs and manufactures machinery and parts for the aggregate, mining, and recycling industries. Its product line features such equipment as jaw crushers, impact crushers, roll crushers, hammermills, conveying systems, mobile plants, screens and feeders.

For more information, call 319/369-5465 or visit www.UniversalCrusher.com.

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