Argonics consolidates, expands Michigan facility

By |  October 27, 2020

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Argonics consolidated its manufacturing facilities into a single plant in Michigan.

According to the company, the transition will allow it to better serve customers by improving efficiencies, increasing production capacities, decreasing delivery times and expanding product offerings.

Argonics’ Michigan plant produces high-volume polyurethane products for the bulk material handling industry, including conveyor belt cleaning systems, skirting and liners. The former Argonics plant in Louisville, Colorado, produced smaller, low-volume, high-quantity specialty products, including the company’s Kryptane brand of agricultural rollers and precision rollers.

All products will now be manufactured at the Argonics facility in Gwinn, Michigan.

To accommodate the consolidation, additional Michigan plant production and dispensing space was constructed. Argonics also added a climate-controlled warehouse to its arsenal for staging and storage.

“I am excited about the consolidation process, as it will allow us to increase our efficiencies, production capacity and offer solutions to a larger variety of customer products at a lower cost,” says Mark Larson, vice president-general manager at Argonics. “We see potential for large growth in the future.”

Argonics, founded in 1993, produces hot cast polyurethane products.

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